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Lula’s black day, from major government announcements to tweets after World Cup defeat

Lula’s black day, from major government announcements to tweets after World Cup defeat

BRASILIA.- The day of the election of the President of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva made the expected announcement First Names of Ministers Who will join him in the cabinet from January 1?It was an unfortunate coincidence that Brazil’s national team lost against Croatia at the World Cup in Qatar.

Very early, at 7:34 am, before announcing the appointments, the Labor Party (PT) leader tweeted: “Good morning. Here in Brasilia, we continue to work to build a new government and future for the Brazilian people. Today, in the afternoon, there is a game of Brazil. I bet it will be a good match with our team Many goals were celebrated with joy and dancing”, the message said, alongside the flags of Brazil and Croatia.

The leader of the Workers’ Party (PT) made the announcement at a press conference at the Banco do Brasil Cultural Center (CCBB), the seat of the interim government. The first five ministers of his future governmentIncluding the former mayor of the city of San Pablo Fernando Haddad Responsibility of the economic portfolio.

“I want to start some work to form a government and start working on the structure,” the president-elect said, according to Globo News.

Then he announced the appointments, with a specialty not noticed on social networks. The next president, Mauro Vieira, is currently serving precisely as ambassador to Croatia. Brazil were eliminated in the quarter-finals of the ongoing World Cup in Qatar.

Many users of the networks pointed to the fact that Brazil announces the first names of the next cabinet precisely one hour before it begins to deny its continuation in the World Cup. Insisting on nominations is an overt or tacit decision.

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Finally, an hour after Brazil were beaten on penalties and 1-1 after extra time on the hour, Lula returned to Twitter: “Brazil made an effort, Neymar scored a beautiful goal and the team deserved more. My congratulations to the players and coaches. Let’s keep going because in life we ​​can never give up”, wrote the president-elect, who will take office on January 1.

Meanwhile, current President Jair Bolsonaro has remained silent on social media. His last tweets were two messages from December 8: his photo, with no text; And advertising their own cell phone app.


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