Supporters of Brazilian President Bolsonaro set fire to cars parked in the capital.

Supporters of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tried to storm the building of the federal police in the capital of Brasilia. Police intervened with protesters whose parked cars set them on fire with sonic bombs and rubber bullets.

Supporters of President Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil have taken to the streets after Chief Justice (STF) Alexandre de Moraes issued a preliminary arrest warrant for indigenous leader José Acacio Serere Xavante for alleged involvement in anti-democratic actions. Protesters who set fire to parked cars in the Brazilian capital tried to break into the building of the Federal Police. The police intervened with the protesters with sonic bombs and rubber bullets.
Security measures have also been tightened around the hotel where former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, who won the country’s presidential election on October 30, stayed.

Lula won the election with 50.9 percent of the vote, while Bolsonaro received 49.1 percent of the vote. Bolsonaro’s undefeated supporters have been gathering at barracks across the country for weeks now, demanding military intervention.

Bolsonaro’s term ends on January 1.

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