Algeria expresses its support for Lula and condemns the attack

The statement issued by the Algerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on Monday, expresses its rejection of all actions that create chaos and destabilize the country, which it describes as a friend.

Likewise, he expressed Algeria’s support for the democratic path that led to Lula’s election as president, and defended the legitimate institutions of that South American country.

Supporters of former far-right President Jair Bolsonaro invaded the headquarters of the National Congress, the Supreme Court and the Planalto Palace (the seat of the executive power) in Brasilia, in a coup attempt against the majority-elected president.

On Monday, the head of the Brazilian Social Communications Secretariat, Paulo Pimenta, denounced terrorists and vandals stealing weapons, while showing on social networks pictures of the room, where some of the bags used to store weapons were scattered and empty. .

Meanwhile, the Minister of Justice and Public Security, Flavio Dino, confirms that the new Comptroller of Public Security of the Federal District, Executive Secretary of his portfolio, Riccardo Capelli, has given the directive to catch the red-handed extremists who continue to operate. Streets.

Several governments and international and regional organizations have spoken out against the attack, which is mostly compared to the attack on the Capitol by supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump, which took place on January 6, 2021.

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