'Everything that touches, comes out': AMLO on Vargas Llosa's support for Jair Bolsonaro

The writer’s statement Mario Vargas Llosa in favor of Jair Bolsonaro in the forum “20 years of the International Foundation for Freedom: Democracy and Freedom” ended up giving the president of Brazil bad luck, assured the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

In his morning press conference, President López Obrador considered that the forum called by the writer himself sought to influence in some way the elections in Brazil and affect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silvawho is the elected president of that country.

Vargas Llosa seems that everything he touches comes out.

“Before yesterday’s election in Brazil, about 15 days ago, not only Zedillo and Calderón met in Spain, but also Aznar and the judge who unjustly imprisoned Lula. Who summoned? Mario Vargas Llosa. And what happened yesterday in Brazil? Luna won. How much do they help? Any. On the contrary. There was also another purpose for the meeting. Vargas Llosa said: I am with Bolsonaro, I do not want Lula, and he did not want Petro, he did not want me”, he said.

López Obrador criticized that in that forum the former presidents Ernest Zedillo Y Felipe Calderon attacked his government. President recalled that Zedillo approved the Fobaproa and that Calderón launched a drug warwhile his Secretary of Public Security was in collusion with organized crime.

They have already been punished. The people have already judged them, they are people who are stained

“What must be ensured is that these governments, which defend the oligarchies and abandon the people, never repeat themselves. Never more governments that protect the corruptnever again governments without moral authority so that in this way the country continues advancing, continues to moralize itself, continue to purify the public life of Mexico.

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Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva won the presidential election in Brazil, defeating the current president, Jair Bolsonaro.

The vote count was carried out at high speed, while the authorities collected data from the electronic machines. Bolsonaro started in the lead with the first data, but Lula gained ground little by little, closing the gap until turning it around shortly before reaching 70 percent of the machines counted.

With 99.17 percent of the machines counted, Lula obtained 50.85 percent of the votes, that is, 59 million 801 thousand 287 votes; while Bolsonaro obtained 49.15 percent, 57 million 810 thousand 805. In the official broadcast they said that the result gives the mathematical victory for the leftist.


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