Statement by the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) on the situation in Brazil

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(CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana – Monday, 9 January 2023):   The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) strongly condemns the violent invasion of government buildings that occurred in Brasília today by a misguided mob refusing to accept the results of free and fair democratic elections.

Those involved should be held to account. We welcome the quick restoration of order.

CARICOM reaffirms its unwavering commitment to democracy and the rule of law.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. On January 18th when UPP lose, refusing to accept the results of free and fair democratic elections, hope they won’t follow suit. Baldwin Spencer famously said to “SHARPEN U CUTLISS BACK AND BELLY. CHAP DEM UP!!!”

  2. Bolsonaro went before the UN and chastised them for suppressing early treatment during the pandemic, something which we now know would have saved many lives. The federal government in Brazil had him under investigation for saying that COVID vaccines don’t work, something which by now should be obvious. The poorer a country’s people are and the more unstable or weak their government is, the easier it is to extract whatever natural resources they have for next to nothing. Bolsonaro was a hindrance to the modern-day colonizers. Now he’s gone…and his people are upset. All other small or “developing” countries, take note

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