President-elect Jair Bolsonaro said Wednesday, Nov. 7th that Brazil has the potential to overcome the economic crisis and occupy a prominent place in the world. “Brazil has the potential to come out of the crisis and depend on us all, we are sure that everyone will play their part and Brazil will occupy a prominent place in the world that it deserves,” he told reporters at the Superior Court of Justice, in Brasilia.
He went to court accompanied by his sons and federal judge Sergio Moro, who will head the super-ministry of Justice and Security in his government, to visit the president of the court, Minister Joao Octavio de Noronha.
“Our responsibility is enormous, but it is not only mine, no, but it is also the president here (Joao Octavio de Noronha), and of Moro is everyone,” joked the president-elect.
Bolsonaro said that Moro, who accompanies him, was invited by the President of the Court. “I am very happy and honored by our dear Judge Sergio Moro, who is collaborating so that Brazil sees itself in the future free from corruption and organized crime.”
Upon becoming president of the Superior Court of Justice, the president-elect and a federal judge were harassed by court officials, who asked for photos and greeted politicians.