Bolsonarists break police blockade and invade Esplanade

Thousands of pocketnarista demonstrators broke, on the night of Monday (6), a police blockade made at the Esplanada dos Ministérios and invaded the roads that give access to the Praça dos Três Poderes. The Federal District Military Police stated, in a statement, that they were unable to contain the military that supports President Jair Bolsonaro (no party) and defined the episode as an “invasion”.

Several videos circulating on the internet show a crowd of government supporters pressing law enforcement agents for opening. Several trucks and passenger buses forced their way through and managed to enter the Esplanade lanes, which should have been blocked for car and pedestrian access.

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The security scheme provided for by Governor Ibaneis Rocha (MDB) determined that all protesters who went to the central region of Brasília should be searched. With the entry of protesters, the strategy failed, as several camp tents were erected in front of the ministries during the night.

With banners and flags in favor of the government, the group headed for areas close to the buildings of the Congress and the Federal Supreme Court, two of the main targets of the protesters. The summoning of the acts has an undemocratic character, asking for the closing of the Powers and the “seizure of power” by Bolsonaro with the help of the Armed Forces.

Fur Twitter, members of the Bolsonaro government, such as the minister of the Comptroller General of the Union (CGU), Wagner Rosário, and the minister of Tourism, Gilson Machado, celebrated the arrival of supporters in the Esplanada region. “It’s beautiful to see Brasília being taken over by good people. Orderly people, who only want to live in a fairer, freer and more democratic country. It’s beautiful to see!!! Long live the 7th of September!!!”, wrote Rosário.

The Praça dos Três Poderes, where the STF is located, will be blocked during the demonstration. The access of the Pocketnaristas will be prohibited from the height of the Itamaraty building, the last folder before the entrance of the Supreme Court.

Access to attachments

This Monday (6), the Brazil in fact showed that Via S2, where the entrance to Annex 1 of the Court is, has free access. The site guarantees access to the headquarters building and the plenary. In a few minutes in the surroundings, the report witnessed a series of cars with Brazilian flags and ornaments passing in front of the site.

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In a statement, the SSP-DF stated that there is no planning for the total blockade of the road, which will serve as an alternative for drivers who will not be able to use the Esplanada dos Ministérios. At the time of the demonstration, according to the agency, police officers will be on Via S2 for “control and greater fluidity in traffic”.

Since the night of Friday (3), Pocketnarista militants parade through Brasília with Brazilian flags and T-shirts. The central region of the capital has 90% of the hotels and inns full due to the demonstrations planned for the September 7 holiday.

According to data from the Union of Hotels, Restaurants, Bars and Similar of Brasília (Sindhobar), the occupation considered as normal in the federal capital is 40%.

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In administrative regions such as Taguatinga, Guará and Águas Claras, hotel occupancy reached 75%, almost all of them with just one day for Independence Day. The reserves reached an unprecedented occupation, according to Sindhobar.

According to the SSP-DF, “policing will be reinforced throughout the central region of Brasília. The Military Police will carry out lines of personal searches and blockades in the main roads of the Esplanada dos Ministérios and close to the TV Tower.”

Edition: Vivian Virissimo

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