40 Soldiers Engaged In The Security Of Presidential Residence In Brazil Were Dismissed
40 soldiers engaged in the security of the Presidential Residence in Brazil were dismissed, and action was taken for failing to stop the disturbance.
Brazil has dismissed 40 soldiers guarding the Presidential Residence for failing to act against protesters who vandalized government buildings on January 8.
Expressing no confidence in the army, Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula de Silva took this action on Tuesday.
Official gazette published in the newspaper.
The President’s decision has been published in the Government Gazette, The Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) reported.
Brazil’s prosecutor general charged 39 people, who were among the thousands who stormed the parliament building, the presidential palace, and the Supreme Court on January 8.
Last week, President Lula said members of the security forces had allowed crowds of former President Bolsonaro’s supporters to storm the main government buildings in the capital, Brasilia.
Democracy in Presidential Residence.
Most of the soldiers guarding the Presidential Residence are from the army, but some are also members of the navy, air force, and a militarized police force.
It is noteworthy that after the defeat of the leftist leader Lula in the presidential election held in October last year, the right-wing leader Jair Bolsonaro refused to accept the result, citing a technical fault in the software.
After this, his supporters became furious on January 8 and they destroyed democracy.
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