Foreign Minister Ernesto Araújo resigned on Monday (29), after a week in which he was criticized by parliamentarians from various parties for carrying out foreign policy in the pandemic. Over the weekend, he criticized Senator Kátia Abreu (PP-TO), chair of the Senate’s External Relations Committee, for making her even a target of government allies.
Previously, Araújo had already been interviewed by former chancellors and diplomats for the foreign policy implemented since taking office in 2019. A little-known diplomat before commanding the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Araújo created friction with business partners in Brazil and even declared that the country could become an “international pariah” to defend freedom.
To understand the pressures that led to the fall of the minister and how is the foreign policy of the Bolsonaro government, this Tuesday (30th) episode of Café da Manhã talks with the columnist Folha Mathias Alencastro, doctor in political science and researcher at the Center Brazilian. for analysis and planning.
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Breakfast is published Monday to Friday, always at the start of the day. The episode is presented by journalists Magê Flores and Bruno Boghossian, with a production by Guilherme Botacini, Laila Mouallem and Victor Lacombe. The sound editing is produced by Thomé Granemann.