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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and his rival Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva exchanged accusations of drunkenness and cannibalism, respectively, on Friday, in a charged hostility in the campaign towards the presidential ballot on Sunday 30.

The dispute, which is already the most polarized in recent decades in Brazil, again entered negative territory when former President Lula (2003-2010) broadcast a television advertisement with excerpts from an old interview in which Bolsonaro affirms that he would eat human flesh. .

«It is to eat, it is cooked for two or three days and they eat it with banana. I wanted to see the Indian being cooked. There they tell me ‘if you see it, you have to eat it’. I eat it!” says the president in the video fragment of an interview with the American newspaper The New York Times in 2016.

In the excerpt, the then federal deputy Bolsonaro refers to an alleged ritual of the Yanomami indigenous community, from the state of Roraima (north).

A spokesman for the Yanomami, Junior Hekurari, denied to an independent local media the existence of the ritual of cannibalism in that culture.

But the video has gone viral in recent days on social networks and Lula’s campaign has included it in a television propaganda space, in an attempt to stop Bolsonaro after his surprising performance in the first round of the presidential election.

On Sunday, the president defied forecasts and won 43% of the vote, compared to 48% for Lula.

The ad, which includes a succession of images with other acts and outbursts of the president, shows him simulating a machine gun with a tripod, calling a deputy a “tramp” and making fun of covid-19.

“After all the absurdities that Brazil has already heard from Bolsonaro, another even more terrifying one emerges: he reveals that he would eat human flesh; Brazil can’t stand Bolsonaro anymore,” says a voice off.

Communications Minister Fábio Faría, and one of Bolsonaro’s campaign coordinators, promised on Twitter that they will appeal the announcement to the electoral authorities.

Lula is ahead in the ballot with 53% of the valid votes compared to 47% for Bolsonaro, according to a survey by the Datafolha Institute released this Friday.

Another pollster, Ipec, released another poll on Wednesday that placed the 76-year-old former union leader with 55% and the 67-year-old former Army captain with 45%.

Pollsters face questions for underestimating Bolsonaro’s electoral strength in the first round, when he scored more than six points above the maximum expected by the polls.

– “Drunk”

Bolsonaro, who had maintained a moderate tone in the last stretch of the campaign, returned to his more aggressive style on Friday, accusing Lula of being “drunk.”

Lula «is going to bring a gang of incompetents to command Brazil. It’s not going to work! (…) It is our freedom that is at stake! », She shouted at a press conference at the Palacio de la Alvorada, the presidential residence.

Lula, meeting in Sao Paulo with his new ally Simone Tebet, said he will not respond “to Bolsonaro’s creeping game.”

“We are facing a man without a soul, without a heart,” he added.

Mutual attacks marked the first week after the clash in the first round. On Wednesday, Bolsonaro said that Lula had won in the northeast thanks to the illiteracy of the population.

But there was also a rapid building of alliances with key figures and even adversaries.

Lula obtained the support of Tebet and Ciro Gomes -third and fourth in the dispute, respectively with 4% and 3%. Between both candidates, they added 8.5 million votes.

The difference between Lula and Bolsonaro was 6.18 million votes.

Instead, former judge Sergio Moro, Lula’s nemesis, and the re-elected governors of the populous states of Minas Gerais and Rio de Janeiro declared themselves in favor of the far-right president.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and his rival Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva exchanged accusations of drunkenness and cannibalism, respectively, on Friday, in a charged hostility in the campaign towards the presidential ballot on Sunday 30.

The dispute, which is already the most polarized in recent decades in Brazil, again entered negative territory when former President Lula (2003-2010) broadcast a television advertisement with excerpts from an old interview in which Bolsonaro affirms that he would eat human flesh. .

«It is to eat, it is cooked for two or three days and they eat it with banana. I wanted to see the Indian being cooked. There they tell me ‘if you see it, you have to eat it’. I eat it!” says the president in the video fragment of an interview with the American newspaper The New York Times in 2016.

In the excerpt, the then federal deputy Bolsonaro refers to an alleged ritual of the Yanomami indigenous community, from the state of Roraima (north).

A spokesman for the Yanomami, Junior Hekurari, denied to an independent local media the existence of the ritual of cannibalism in that culture.

But the video has gone viral in recent days on social networks and Lula’s campaign has included it in a television propaganda space, in an attempt to stop Bolsonaro after his surprising performance in the first round of the presidential election.

On Sunday, the president defied forecasts and won 43% of the vote, compared to 48% for Lula.

The ad, which includes a succession of images with other acts and outbursts of the president, shows him simulating a machine gun with a tripod, calling a deputy a “tramp” and making fun of covid-19.

“After all the absurdities that Brazil has already heard from Bolsonaro, another even more terrifying one emerges: he reveals that he would eat human flesh; Brazil can’t stand Bolsonaro anymore,” says a voice off.

Communications Minister Fábio Faría, and one of Bolsonaro’s campaign coordinators, promised on Twitter that they will appeal the announcement to the electoral authorities.

Lula is ahead in the ballot with 53% of the valid votes compared to 47% for Bolsonaro, according to a survey by the Datafolha Institute released this Friday.

Another pollster, Ipec, released another poll on Wednesday that placed the 76-year-old former union leader with 55% and the 67-year-old former Army captain with 45%.

Pollsters face questions for underestimating Bolsonaro’s electoral strength in the first round, when he scored more than six points above the maximum expected by the polls.

– “Drunk”

Bolsonaro, who had maintained a moderate tone in the last stretch of the campaign, returned to his more aggressive style on Friday, accusing Lula of being “drunk.”

Lula «is going to bring a gang of incompetents to command Brazil. It’s not going to work! (…) It is our freedom that is at stake! », She shouted at a press conference at the Palacio de la Alvorada, the presidential residence.

Lula, meeting in Sao Paulo with his new ally Simone Tebet, said he will not respond “to Bolsonaro’s creeping game.”

“We are facing a man without a soul, without a heart,” he added.

Mutual attacks marked the first week after the clash in the first round. On Wednesday, Bolsonaro said that Lula had won in the northeast thanks to the illiteracy of the population.

But there was also a rapid building of alliances with key figures and even adversaries.

Lula obtained the support of Tebet and Ciro Gomes -third and fourth in the dispute, respectively with 4% and 3%. Between both candidates, they added 8.5 million votes.

The difference between Lula and Bolsonaro was 6.18 million votes.

Instead, former judge Sergio Moro, Lula’s nemesis, and the re-elected governors of the populous states of Minas Gerais and Rio de Janeiro declared themselves in favor of the far-right president.

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