The governor of São Paulo, João Doria (PSDB), said this Saturday, 21, that president Jair Bolsonaro was fined for the third time for promoting agglomeration and circulating without masks in the state. Because of this, the president will be fined at R$ 190 thousand and, if he does not pay off the debt, he will be able to have his name registered in the active debt of São Paulo.
“President Jair Bolsonaro took the third fine and goes to active debt, because he went to São Paulo again without a mask, promoted agglomeration without masks, and there the law is made to be enforced,” said Dória.
Doria went to Rio on a campaign to have her name chosen in the PSDB previews that will define the party’s candidate for the presidency of the Republic. The definition will take place in November.
“As it’s the third time, now he (Bolsonaro) will have an even bigger fine. The fine that will be applied to President Bolsonaro is R$ 190 thousand reais. If you don’t pay, it goes to active debt. And if he doesn’t respect the active debt, he’ll know through Serasa what it’s like to have a black chip. You will no longer have credit to make purchases, nor credit. It will be a black plug. In fact, it’s already black record in a lot of things, it’s going to be black record also in the scope of Serasa”, declared the governor, at a press conference at the headquarters of the Brazilian Press Association (ABI), in downtown Rio.
Minutes later, Doria took up the subject again. “I want to make a correction here: I said black record, but our president Bolsonaro is dirty. But he’s black and he’s dirty. Black from the point of view of the negativity it represents, but dirty-film within the scope of Serasa”.
Tucanas preview event promotes agglomeration. The toucan arrived at the ABI headquarters shortly after 3 pm. Dozens of supporters and people with flags bearing his name and the PSDB gathered at the entrance to the building. Samba dancers and members of the drums from the Imperatriz Leopoldinense samba school were also at the venue to welcome Dória.
The governor got out of the van and immediately went to meet the members of the carnival association. He posed for photos and ventured a few samba steps with the two dancers from the Empress who were present. For about two minutes, he danced to the rhythm of the classic samba “Liberdade, Liberdade, opens its wings over us”.
Asked by a CNN reporter about the crowd during his arrival, Doria said it was “unavoidable”.
“There is no way for you to limit or prevent it, whether here in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Belo Horizonte or any other city, people want to live together. The recommendation we made strongly is ‘use plenty of alcohol gel and masks. You will not be able to eliminate agglomerations”, he stated.
The governor also commented on communication difficulties in the pandemic. “It’s hard for you to tell people they can’t go to the beach, it’s hard for you to say they can’t go to the boardwalk, it’s hard for you to say they can’t go to a square anymore, they can’t go out, they can’t go more leaving their homes or participating in some activity that means crowding more people.”
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