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God, family, homeland: the triptych of the new party of Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil

2019-11-22T05:46:40.503Z

Alliance for Brazil, this is the name of the new party of Jair Bolsonaro, launched Thursday, November 21, 2019 in Brasilia. On the agenda: the fight against communism, self-defense and religious values.



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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on November 21, 2019 in Brasilia for the launch of his new political party. REUTERS / Ueslei Marcelino

Alliance for Brazil, this is the name of the new party of Jair Bolsonaro, launched Thursday, November 21, 2019 in Brasilia. On the agenda: the fight against communism, self-defense and religious values.

With our correspondent in São Paulo, Martin Bernard

It is in a crowded room, in a hotel in Brasilia, that the head of state has launched his own party, the Alliance for Brazil. A tailor-made training.

His manifesto speaks of loyalty to Jair Bolsonaro, who was surrounded by his wife and two of his children - Senator Flavio Bolsonaro and 21-year-old Renan Bolsonaro - and it's a great start in politics.

See also : Jair Bolsonaro and his sons, the clan of extremes

The Alliance for Brazil is described as a conservative and sovereignist party, defending religious values ​​and self-defense. In political terms, the party rejects socialism and communism.

The president's lawyer, Admar Gonzaga, enumerates the new party's priorities: " The fight against communism, Nazi-fascism, globalism and all the ideologies that undermine the dignity of the human person, the natural order and individual freedoms. "

The Alliance for Brazil is the result of an internal war within the far right. He will be the 9th party of Jair Bolsonaro since the beginning of his political career.

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Source: rfi

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