Lula criticizes Brazil riots; the court suspends a capital regulator

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In the weeks leading up to Sunday’s violent attacks on Brazil’s congress, the supreme court, and other government buildings, the country’s social media channels flooded with calls to attack gas stations, refineries, and other infrastructure, as well people came to a “war cry party in the capital,” according to Brazilian social media researchers.

Online influencers denouncing the results of the country’s recent presidential election used certain phrases to call “patriotism” to “Festa da Selma,” tweaking the word “selva ,” a military term for a war cry, by replacing “Festa da Selma”. m” for the “v” in the hope of avoiding detection by Bazilian authorities, who have wide latitude to arrest people for “anti-democratic” online posting. “Festa” is the Portuguese word for ” party.”

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