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With how many “enough is enough!” is there a reaction?

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Last week, the STF did it again, confirming the impeachment of state deputy Fernando Francischini for “spreading fake news”. The decision made President Jair Bolsonaro furious. So much so that he made a speech that sounded like an end to the authoritarian and unquestionable power of the STF. About this, the question to the columnists of Gazeta do Povo is: with how many “enough is enough!” does a reaction occur?

To the misfortune of Bolsonaro, an indigenist and an English journalist disappeared in the Amazon. But what does Bolsonaro have to do with this?, you, listener, ask me. Strictly speaking, nothing. Even so, there are people accusing Bolsonaro of being responsible for the (undeniably tragic) disappearance of the two.

Finally, listeners and columnists, of course, are invited to glimpse this interesting conflict that is drawn in the sordid battle that is the culture war. On the one hand, the erotic funk singer Anitta. On the other, the sertanejo world. At stake, contracts signed with municipalities.

This is the episode #59 of the podcast O Papo É.

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