The #ForaBolsonaro Campaign, which brings together around 80 organizations and popular and union movements and the Cry of the Excluded, announced that the demonstration against President Jair Bolsonaro on September 7, the Independence Day holiday, will take place in Vale do Anhangabaú, in central region of the city of São Paulo, at 2 pm.
Before, the demonstration was scheduled to take place on Avenida Paulista, but the government of the State of São Paulo decided that only the Pocketnaristas can demonstrate on the avenue, since it would not be safe to have the two groups protesting in the same place. In view of the court decision, the #ForaBolsonaro Campaign informed that the change of location took place “under protests”.
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Before the decision, the Public Ministry of São Paulo also demanded a position from the City Hall to determine which group could use the avenue. In the official letter, the agency called urgently to “summon the city of São Paulo to promote and organize the adequate use of public space in a plural, peaceful and broad way, with alternation of groups and movements”.
On June 5, 2020, Judge Rodrigo Galvão Medina, of the São Paulo Court of Justice, ruled that demonstrations for and against the Bolsonaro government could not take place in the same place and date.
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On September 12, former supporters of the president will also demonstrate against Bolsonaro, such as the Free Brazil Movement (MBL), Vem Pra Rua and political party leaders such as Novo and PSL.
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