The President of BrazilJair Paulsonaro confirmed in government on Thursday that the loans in question by his predecessors to other countries were “legitimate” but that public resources had been “misused” and that countries like Cuba or Venezuela would not pay their dues.
“There is no black box, everything is legal, but public resources have been misused and without guarantees,” Bolsanaro said of the state-owned National Economic and Social Development Bank (BNDES)’s debt during his live broadcast. Weekly through social networks.
“There was no illegal activity, everything was approved by law, it was a maneuver of the state machinery by law and temporary measures,” Bolzano said, referring to money financed by major Brazilian development companies in countries such as Cuba. , Venezuela, Argentina, Angola or Ecuador.
Although credits issued during the decrees of former presidents Luis Inacio Lula da Silva (2003-2010) and Dilma Rousseff (2011-2016) were within the legal framework, Bolzano recalled that “many were accused: former presidents, former presidents.” Councilors, businessmen and former ministers must respond to “and their” misuse “.
“Things have been done in Brazil beyond what needs to be done here, such as hydropower stations, subways, airports, ports or other countries,” Bolsanaro stressed.
The left-wing and opposition Labor Party (PT) may return to power, led by Lula in a vote aimed at voting in the October election, with Bolzano – expecting re-election – “BNDES money goes. Out again, will not come back.”
“The perpetrators of these atrocities are in the DNA of the PT,” the president said, referring to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and the “Cuban dictator” Miguel Diaz-Colonel. Respect debt obligations with Brazil. “That money should already be counted as lost,” he noted.
Gustavo Montesano, president of BNDES, accompanied by Bolzano, noted that in the past the company had lent 420,000 million rice (approximately $ 77,777 million) worth of resources to these countries, of which 3,600 million rice (approximately $ 666.6 million) had been provided to Cuba. .
According to Montesano, one of Cuba’s guarantees could be a ban on tobacco production on the island, but the largest was the Brazilian government’s treasury bonds “with taxpayer money”.
On the other hand, Bolzano commented on the growth of the gun trade, which tripled in his 3 years (225%) with 153,000 new units per year.
“We facilitate the acquisition, possession and possession of legal firearms without going beyond the law, but we also record the lowest homicide rates in the last 26 years,” he said, citing figures released based on the data. Collected from the Public Health Organization until 2020.
The 26.8 homicides per 100,000 civilians in 2018 dropped to 20.9 at the same rate in 2019 and 2020, putting Brazil at the same levels as in the mid-1990s.
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