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Castillo embraces conservative values, says Bolsonaro after meeting

Sunday, February 6to 2022 – 19:49 UTC



Bolsonaro and Castillo seemed like old friends and the Brazilian leader even borrowed his colleague’s cap

Despite growing opposition against each of them in their own countries, Presidents Jair Bolsonaro and his Peruvian colleague Pedro Castillo Terrones met last week (Thursday) in the Brazilian Amazon state of Rondonia, after which both leaders said that their differences were a thing of the past. .

While Bolsonaro announced a major cabinet reshuffle, Castillo already did so last week, highlighting the similarities between the two heads of state as they met to promote bilateral ties.
Bolsonaro said his move involving more than 10 of his ministers had to do with the launch of outgoing officials to seek electoral posts later this year.
Meanwhile, Héctor Valer, who took office on Tuesday as the new president of the Council of Ministers (or Prime Minister) of Peru, has already resigned on Saturday afternoon. , for “false accusations” brought against him by the opposition.

“I have come to tell you that I accept defeat. Machine-gunned by newspapers in Peru that belong to a group and that are linked to the extreme right. They built an image of an aggressor, they have injured a prime minister, that is why he retires to a barracks to heal his wounds and come back ready when the people want,” Valer told reporters.

Valer had made comments against the policies of equal rights and opportunities between men and women. In September of last year, she had told Congressman José Ventura to “wear a skirt” if he wanted to speak out in defense of women. In October 2016, the now former prime minister had been accused of family violence against his wife and daughter.

Returning to the presidential meeting in the city of Porto Velho, Bolsonaro and Castillo posed like old friends and the Brazilian leader even borrowed Castillo’s distinctive Chotan hat.

According to local media, the meeting itself was relatively brief and no subsequent statements were issued, nor were any agreements or protocols signed; just a 36-item document full of generic intentions to “make feasible concrete forms of productive integration as soon as possible”.

However, Bolsonaro said before the meeting that he was very interested in Brazil having an “exit to the Pacific”, to reach the Chinese market more quickly. The Brazilian president explained that it was easier to negotiate with Peru than with Chile, because that scenario would involve third countries (Argentina and Bolivia).
. Besides that. Bolsonaro has admitted that he would not be the kind of person who would agree with Chile’s far-left president-elect, Gabriel Boric, who will take office on March 11.
Shortly after arriving in Porto Velho, Bolsonaro appeared at the head of a motorcycling caravan, just as he had done last year in Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, São Paulo and other capitals. Since motorcyclists wear helmets, it is difficult to identify them, but according to press reports, most of them are current or former members of the police and military forces.

When asked about the reason for his meeting with Castillo, the Brazilian president limited himself to responding that his attacks during the 2021 Peruvian electoral campaign had been forgotten. He also expressed confidence that Castillo – who had run on a leftist ticket – was a defender of freedom and “conservative values.” (Also read https://es.mercopress.com/2022/02/03/peru-s-leftist-president-sways-to-conservatives-amid-major-cabinet-reshuffle )

Bolsonaro focused on attacking the former president and current candidate for the presidential elections on October 2, Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva, and insisted that there were still people who would bet on the return of “a criminal” like the leader of the PT, who supposedly squandered state resources from the National Bank for Economic and Social Development for the construction of the Caracas Metro and the Port of Mariel in Cuba, which the Caribbean island had to pay for “with cigars,” Bolsonaro joked.

Peruvian supporters of Castillo in Brazil have been reported to disapprove of their candidate’s meeting with someone like Bolsonaro, “an extreme right-wing character, a psychopath” for fear that Castillo has taken a political turn. They clearly would have preferred Castillo to meet with Lula.
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While Bolsonaro announced a major cabinet reshuffle, Castillo already did so last week, highlighting the similarities between the two heads of state as they met to promote bilateral ties.

Bolsonaro said his move involving more than 10 of his ministers had to do with the launch of outgoing officials to seek electoral posts later this year.

Meanwhile, Héctor Valer, who took office on Tuesday as the new president of the Council of Ministers (or Prime Minister) of Peru, has already resigned on Saturday afternoon. , for “false accusations” brought against him by the opposition.

“I have come to tell you that I accept defeat. Machine-gunned by newspapers in Peru that belong to a group and that are linked to the extreme right. They built an image of an aggressor, they have injured a prime minister, that is why he retires to a barracks to heal his wounds and come back ready when the people want,” Valer told reporters.

Valer had made comments against the policies of equal rights and opportunities between men and women. In September of last year, she had told Congressman José Ventura to “wear a skirt” if he wanted to speak out in defense of women. In October 2016, the now former prime minister had been accused of family violence against his wife and daughter.

Returning to the presidential meeting in the city of Porto Velho, Bolsonaro and Castillo posed like old friends and the Brazilian leader even borrowed Castillo’s distinctive Chotan hat.

According to local media, the meeting itself was relatively brief and no subsequent statements were issued, nor were any agreements or protocols signed; just a 36-item document full of generic intentions to “make feasible concrete forms of productive integration as soon as possible”.

However, Bolsonaro said before the meeting that he was very interested in Brazil having an “exit to the Pacific”, to reach the Chinese market more quickly. The Brazilian president explained that it was easier to negotiate with Peru than with Chile, because that scenario would involve third countries (Argentina and Bolivia).

Besides that. Bolsonaro has admitted that he would not be the kind of person who would agree with Chile’s far-left president-elect, Gabriel Boric, who will take office on March 11.
Shortly after arriving in Porto Velho, Bolsonaro appeared at the head of a motorcycling caravan, just as he had done last year in Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, São Paulo and other capitals. Since motorcyclists wear helmets, it is difficult to identify them, but according to press reports, most of them are current or former members of the police and military forces.

When asked about the reason for his meeting with Castillo, the Brazilian president limited himself to responding that his attacks during the 2021 Peruvian electoral campaign had been forgotten. He also expressed confidence that Castillo – who had run on a leftist ticket – was a defender of freedom and “conservative values.” (Also read https://es.mercopress.com/2022/02/03/peru-s-leftist-president-sways-to-conservatives-amid-major-cabinet-reshuffle )

Bolsonaro focused on attacking the former president and current candidate for the presidential elections on October 2, Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva, and insisted that there were still people who would bet on the return of “a criminal” like the leader of the PT, who supposedly squandered state resources from the National Bank for Economic and Social Development for the construction of the Caracas Metro and the Port of Mariel in Cuba, which the Caribbean island had to pay for “with cigars,” Bolsonaro joked.

Peruvian supporters of Castillo in Brazil have been reported to disapprove of their candidate’s meeting with someone like Bolsonaro, “an extreme right-wing character, a psychopath” for fear that Castillo has taken a political turn. They clearly would have preferred Castillo to meet with Lula.

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