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US News Jair Bolsonaro accused of deliberately leaving Covid-19 Brazilian

00:45  20 october  2021
00:45  20 october  2021 Source:   liberation.fr

Burkina Faso. 34 years later, the trial of the assassination of President Thomas Sankara finally opens

 Burkina Faso. 34 years later, the trial of the assassination of President Thomas Sankara finally opens © Dominique Faget / AFP Thomas Sankara, here in 1986, while he was president of Burkina Faso. The trial of the assassination, in 1987, from the former President of Burkina Faso, Thomas Sankara, opens this Monday, October 11 in Ouagadougou. In total, 14 accused appear.

The Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro , should face murder charges for his role in the country’s “stratospheric” coronavirus death toll, a draft report from a senate inquiry into Brazil ’s Covid crisis has recommended. The 1,078-page document, published by Brazilian media on Tuesday afternoon, is not due to be voted on by the commission until next week and could yet be modified by senators. But the draft text paints a devastating portrait of the neglect, incompetence and anti-scientific denialism many believe has defined the Bolsonaro administration’s response to a public health emergency that has

Brazil 's Jair Bolsonaro is facing the biggest crisis of his presidency after the heads of the army, navy and air force all quit and the country recorded its highest daily Covid - 19 death toll. The unprecedented resignation of the defence chiefs is being seen as a protest at attempts by Mr Bolsonaro to exert But while changes in the health ministry have become almost par for the course, this week also saw the foreign minister and five other cabinet ministers leave . Foreign Minister Ernesto Araújo had fallen foul of Congress, some of whose members accused him of mishandling relations with China, India and the

Le président brésilien, Jair Bolsonaro, ce mardi. © Ueslei Marcelino Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday.

The irresponsible policies of Jair Bolsonaro during the Pandemic of Covid-19 would be responsible for the death of more than 300,000 Brazilians, half of the total number of total deaths attributable to the pandemic. Unveiled by the New York Times , These overwhelming conclusions come from extracts from a highly anticipated report of the Senate Senate Inquiry Commission for several months on the Policy

of the Brazilian President.

The Senate announced on Sunday the postponement of its day disclosure from Tuesday to Wednesday, parliamentarians wishing to have an extra day to discuss its content oh how flammable. This pavement of 1200 pages recommends that the Brazilian president for mass murder, ensuring that the latter has deliberately left the CVIV-19 to sow chaos , and thus kill Brazilians in an unsuccessful attempt from collective immunity. A strategy to revive the economy, according to the report.

Covid-19: a pin parliamentary report the "big mistakes" of the British government

 Covid-19: a pin parliamentary report the © Jessica Taylor, AFP British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, on 2 December 2020 in the House of Commons. The slowness with which the UK has declared a first containment response to the spread of the coronavirus last year was a huge mistake stemming from the lack of questioning of collective thought, concluded British MPs in report released Tuesday.

Brazil 's government has stopped publishing a running total of coronavirus deaths and infections, prompting claims by experts it is an attempt to hide the true extent of the outbreak in the country. A council of state health secretaries said it would fight the changes. "The authoritarian, insensitive, inhumane and unethical attempt to make the COVID - 19 deaths invisible will not prosper," it said. While precise counts of cases and deaths are difficult for governments worldwide, health researchers have been saying for weeks that a series of serious irregularities with Brazilian government statistics, as

Brazil ’s President Jair Bolsonaro , who has downplayed the severity of the coronavirus outbreak, reiterated that COVID - 19 vaccinations won't be obligatory when they become available. “Many people want the vaccine to be applied in a coercive way, but there is no law that provides for that,” Bolsonaro said. The country is second in cases after the U.S. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro attends a ceremony launching the housing program "Green and Yellow House," at the Planalto presidential palace in Brasilia, Brazil , on Aug.

From Friday, the President of this Commission, Renan Calheiros, had announced at least 11 counts against the President, including "homicide by omission", "Charlatanism" and "crime against humanity". The Commission urges the authorities to imprison Bolsonaro, according to the extracts consulted by the American daily and two interviews with senators of this committee. With the Brazilian Head of State, 69 other people, including many government officials and three sons of Jair Bolsonaro, who are also incriminated. "Many of these dead were preventable. I am personally convinced that he is responsible for the escalation of the massacre, " assured the President of the Commission.


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Covid-19: Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will not be vaccinated

 Covid-19: Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will not be vaccinated © Bloomberg / Getty Images Covid-19: Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will not be vaccinated President Brazil announced on Tuesday 12 October, On the radio, he renounced himself to be vaccinated against CIVID-19. The Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announced that he would not finally be vaccinated against the Covid-19 , after asserting months for he would be "the last Brazilian" immunized. "I decided to stop getting vaccinated.

A new Brazilian record for daily COVID - 19 fatalities pushed the county's death toll past that of Italy late on Thursday, but Bolsonaro continues to argue for quickly lifting state isolation orders, arguing that the economic costs outweigh public health risks. Latin America's most populous nations, Brazil and Among six key criteria for easing quarantines, she said, "one of them is ideally having your transmission declining." In comments to journalists later Friday, Bolsonaro said Brazil will consider leaving the WHO unless it ceases to be a "partisan political organization." President Donald Trump, an ideological

A third of all COVID - 19 deaths are now occurring in Brazil , which has less than three per cent of the global population, and the country’s vaccination rollout has been slow—about twelve doses per hundred people. Brazil ’s predicament does seem to have been driven by Bolsonaro ’s responses, which have been imitative of those adopted by former President Donald Trump , whom he openly admires. From the outset of the crisis, Bolsonaro has waffled on mask-wearing, opposed lockdowns, promoted hydroxychloroquine as a preventative remedy, and eschewed a federal response to the pandemic.

while the whole world confined and that the Brazilian hospitals filled dangerously, Bolsonaro has in particular Encouraged big gatherings while discouraging the port of the mask. He also spread

his uninhibited skepticism vis-à-vis the vaccine. Decisions constituting, according to this same report, a mass murder. The vote for the approval of this report by the Commission is scheduled for 26 October.

Analysts consider, however, that this report will have only a short-term symbolic impact, the far-right leader still having the necessary support for Parliament to breathe a possible dismissal procedure. But the political consequences could be disastrous for the one who is far from being assured of being re-elected in less than a year, because given widely beaten by the former left president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.

Trial of the Assassination of Sankara: The presence of General Gilbert Dienderé in question .
© AFP - Olympia of Maismont Gilbert in the box of the accused, at the opening of the trial of the alleged murderers of Thomas Sankara. In Burkina Faso, the military court responsible for judged the assassination of Thomas Sankara continues the hearing of the Elishal Soldier Ilboudo. He delivered details on Tuesday on how the Commando had executed the father of the Revolution and his companions. This Wednesday the Court looked at the role of the general dosened on the day of the coup.

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