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The Brazilian presidential palace suffered during Bolsonaro’s tenure

The Brazilian presidential palace suffered during Bolsonaro’s tenure

January 6, 2023 – 8:07 PM

It turns out that Jair Bolsonaro didn’t leave Brazil’s presidential palace, the Palacio da Alvorada, in the best condition. From a GloboNews report. Rosângela Lula da Silva (who lives in the public’s mind as Ganga), wife of the old new president, Luis Inácio Lula da Silva, toured the palace and pointed out some unpleasant surprises left by the former president. behind.

When the presidential couple reached the living room (part of the palace is being re-opened for visitors), they found a torn rug, a sectional sofa, and a tapestry made by Emiliano Di Cavalcanti, which had been moved from the library during Bolsonaro’s reign. To a sunny wall, as it gets soaked up in the sun so much that it needs restoration.

However, they find no more artifacts, and don’t know where to look for them. In addition, many of the floorboards in the presidential conference room had rotted and decayed. Bolsonaro also left some personal surprises for the new president, such as his favorite plastic ballpoint pen.

Ganga expressed her disappointment, as she was not ready for one of Brazil’s famous buildings, which was completed in 1958 based on Oscar Niemeyer’s plans, to end up in such a situation. The restoration will begin within the next 20 days so that the presidential couple can move in as soon as possible. The GloboNews article includes several photos of the damage and a walk-through video.

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