Biden, Trudeau and López Obrador defend the “democratic institutions” of Brazil after the “attacks”

Security forces disperse supporters of Jair Bolsonaro in Brasilia – Matheus Alves/dpa

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MADRID, 9 Jan. (.) –

The Presidents of the United States and Mexico, Joe Biden and Andrés Manuel López Obrador, respectively, and the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, have reaffirmed their support for the Government of Brazil “while safeguarding its democratic institutions” after the “attacks” on Sunday .

The three leaders have published a joint statement at the beginning of a regional summit in which they have defended “the free choice of the people of Brazil”, expressed at the polls in October 2022. “Canada, Mexico and the United States condemn the attacks on 8 January against democracy and the peaceful transfer of power in Brazil”, they stated.

Thus, Biden, Trudeau and López Obrador hope to continue working with the Government of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, winner of said elections, for the sake of the stability of their respective countries and also of the entire region of the Americas.

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