In the view of the actress, whoever voted for the PSL candidate does not exactly want the return of authoritarianism, but rather that society improves
The actress Fernanda Montenegro, 89, who was threatened with death during the military dictatorship, told for the first time on Jair Bolsonaro, elected president of Brazil in the second round on Sunday Oct.28th.
“I can not talk about the future I can talk about the present He is not there for a miracle The Brazilians voted for him more than the other candidate The point is, will this man correspond to this vote of credibility that the majority gave it to him?”
According Fernanda, whoever voted for the PSL candidate does not exactly want the return of authoritarianism, but rather, that society improves.
“I do not believe that anyone who has voted for him demands that he become a crazed fascist, because if that happens, there will be a reaction, otherwise we would be in a military regime to this day, it took a lot to end [the dictatorship], but it’s over.”
“I do not want to talk about Bolsonaro, I want to talk about this vote of credibility for all social services to exist, that there is health, basic sanitation, day care, jobs exist [He] is coming to power because there are millions unemployed,” he said.
Fernanda continued: “I know that if there is no correspondence, harmony and attendance in social needs, trust in him can stop halfway.“