Bolsonaro’s Stay at Hungarian Embassy in Brazil: Amidst Police Investigation and Ban from Public Office

Former Brazilian president Bolsonaro sought shelter at Hungarian embassy for two nights

Jair Bolsonaro, a former Brazilian president who served from 2019 to 2022, recently spent two nights at the Hungarian embassy in Brasilia. The New York Times reported this after receiving confirmation from Bolsonaro’s lawyers. According to the American newspaper, Bolsonaro stayed at the embassy from February 12 to 14, following a police investigation into an “attempted coup” that had led to him being banned from leaving the country.

Bolsonaro’s lawyers deny that he was trying to evade justice and instead assert that he sought refuge at the embassy for “contacts with the authorities of a friendly country.” They highlighted his good relationship with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. However, in June, Bolsonaro was handed an eight-year ban from holding public office for spreading false information about his election defeat. He is also facing other investigations, including one for allegedly falsifying vaccination certificates during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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