Jair Bolsonaro took stock of his management with an electoral tone before the UN: “We put an end to systemic corruption in the country”

The president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, speaks before the UN General Assembly (EFE/Eduardo Muñoz/Pool)

The president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, was the first world leader to speak before the 77th UN General Assembly. After the inaugural speech of the general secretary of the organism, Antonio Guterresthe Brazilian presented “the truth about how Brazil is overcoming the challenges imposed by this time of crisis and tribulations throughout the world”.

The president took stock of his management with an electoral tone: “We put an end to systemic corruption in the country”.

We live a decisive moment. Our collective responsibility is to read the challenges that make up this defining moment. The effort must begin within each of our countries. It is what we do in each country that gives us the authority to act internationally, ”he began his intervention.

In Brazil, during the pandemic, we made efforts to ensure that there was financial assistance for those most in need”, he highlighted; while he emphasized: “We launched a broad vaccination program, including the national production of vaccines. More than 80% of the population is vaccinated against COVID-19. And everyone who got vaccinated did so voluntarily.”

“In the financial field, Brazil made reforms to attract investment and improve the standard of living of the population. During my tenure, we put an end to systemic corruption in the country. We have improved public services and invested in science and technology. We have improved the business environment with the economic freedom freedom law and the business creation law,” she maintained.

He then underlined: “Brazil reaches the end of the year with an economy in full recovery. Poverty increased around the world due to the impact of the pandemic. In Brazil it began to decline. Unemployment was reduced by 5% and we have reduced inflation. We have had unprecedented deflation in Brazil. It lowered the price of gasoline and electricity.

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