Before the invasions, Military Police agents tried to contain the Bolsonaristas (supporters of the ex-military), armed with sticks and stones, with pepper spray, however, they penetrated areas of the buildings in the Three Powers’ Square.
Television media reported that windows of the Congress headquarters are broken and that the Bolsonarists reached the Green Room of the Chamber of Deputies, an area that gives access to the plenary.
The agents also used moral effect bombs to try to stop participants in the coup and anti-democratic acts, as described by political analysts in different television stations.
After the irruption in the National Congress, those dissatisfied with the victory and assumption of power of President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva entered the Federal Supreme Court.
In that property, they broke glasses on the façade, entered the building and reached the plenary. Likewise, in the Planalto Palace, the radicals reached the fourth floor and looted the headquarters of the Executive Power.
Justice Minister Flavio Dino called the anti-democratic acts absurd and stated that “the attempt to impose the will by force will not prevail.”
Dino reported that the Government of the Federal District reported that “there will be reinforcements.”
So far, the Military Police has not spoken out about the invasions.