“Stop condemning the attacks, we stand by Lula.”

“Stop condemning the attacks, we stand by Lula.”

“We condemn today’s attacks on the presidency, Congress and the Supreme Court of Brazil,” he said again blinkin -. The use of violence to attack democratic institutions is not always acceptable.” Meanwhile, the White House reported that the US President Joe Biden Briefing on the situation in Brazil.

“Deeply concerned about what is happening in Brazil. Democracy must always be respected. The European Parliament stands by the Lula government and all legitimately and democratically elected institutions.” It was written by the head of the Eurochamber in a tweet Roberta Metsola.

Tajani: ‘Stop condemning’

“I follow with concern what is happening in Brazil. Any act of violence against democratic institutions must be condemned with great firmness. The electoral results must always be respected.” This is how Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Antonio Tajani comments on what is happening in Brazil in a tweet.

Macron: “Lula can count on France’s support”

The President of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, can count on France’s “unwavering support”. French President Emmanuel Macron wrote on Twitter. “The will of the Brazilian people and democratic institutions must be respected,” Macron said.

Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez “immediate return to normal life”

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez also expressed on Twitter his full support for Lula “and the institutions freely and democratically elected by the Brazilian people”. “We strongly condemn the attack on the Brazilian Congress and demand an immediate return to normal democratic life,” Sanchez wrote.

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