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1. “Bolsonaro to turns over gift-laden guns”, CNN.com
The Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is reportedly sending two Browning guns as gifts to Prime Minister Narendra Modi after he accepted the invitation to be the chief guest at India’s Republic Day ceremony in 2020. The guns will be handed over to Modi when Bolsonaro visits India in January. The guns are made in Brazil and have become one of its major exports. Brazil is known for being a global leader in the production of firearms.
- Bolsonaro has previously been a vocal advocate of gun ownership.
- There is widespread concern in Brazil that Bolsonaro’s stance on gun control will result in an increase in violence as more people arm themselves.
Bolsonaro has previously called for loosening gun ownership laws in Brazil, making it easier for people to possess firearms. His supporters argue that the rise in crime rates in Brazil necessitates more people being armed. However, critics claim that a more substantial increase in guns could lead to more violence, particularly in the impoverished areas of Brazil where drug gangs and other criminal organizations have a strong hold.
- Many people, particularly those living in favelas, have voiced concern that the increase in guns will only result in more deaths and shootouts.
- Gun control advocates believe that implementing stricter laws would be a more effective way of dealing with Brazil’s alarming crime rates.
2. “Brazil’s Bolsonaro ordered to turn over gift-laden guns”. CNN.com
Brazil’s President, Jair Bolsonaro, must turn over two gift-laden guns that he received from supporters in 2018, according to a Brazilian court ruling. The country’s federal judge ordered the president to surrender the weapons and related licenses within 48 hours or face a daily fine of 5,000 Brazilian reals (approximately $960 USD). The court decision came after federal prosecutors initiated an investigation, alleging that Bolsonaro broke the law by accepting the firearms.
The unauthorized possession of weapons by public officials in Brazil is a criminal offense that is punishable by up to six years in prison, as well as a fine. The seized guns, a .38 revolver and a 380 semi-automatic pistol, have sentimental value to the president, as they were given to him as a reward for his successful pro-gun campaign. Bolsonaro, who has often boasted about his fondness for firearms, has not commented on the court order. His lawyers, however, have appealed against the decision, calling it “unconstitutional”.
- The federal court ruling requires President Bolsonaro to hand over two firearms to the authorities within 48 hours.
- The seized guns are revolvers and semi-automatic pistols, which were given to Bolsonaro by his supporters.
- Brazil has very strict gun laws, and unauthorized possession of weapons is a criminal offense that carries a prison sentence.
- Bolsonaro’s lawyers have launched an appeal against the court order, arguing that it violates his constitutional rights.
Despite the controversy surrounding the guns, Bolsonaro’s popularity has not been affected. According to recent polls, he remains a popular leader, with many people lauding his efforts to reform Brazil’s economy and tackle corruption. However, some critics argue that his cavalier attitude towards firearms, and his association with far-right groups, have contributed to a rise in gun violence in the country. Brazil has one of the highest homicide rates in the world, and many people fear that the incendiary rhetoric of Bolsonaro and his supporters could fuel further violence.
- Despite the controversy, Bolsonaro remains a popular leader in Brazil, with many people supporting his reforms and anti-corruption stance.
- However, critics argue that his pro-gun rhetoric and association with far-right groups could contribute to a rise in violence.
- Brazil has one of the highest homicide rates in the world, and many people are concerned about the impact of Bolsonaro’s policies on public safety.
3. “Bolsonaro ordered to turn over gift-laden guns”. business NEWSWIRE.com
In Brazil, the Federal Police demanded that President Jair Bolsonaro must surrender two customized rifles that were gifted to him by a weapons manufacturer. The company in question had previously been investigated for illegal arms sales, making the weapons’ acceptance by the President controversial. Rumors suggested that Bolsonaro intended to keep the rifles as part of his personal collection, but authorities forced him to hand them over.
The incident reflects poorly on Bolsonaro’s administration, which has already been scrutinized for its handling of corruption and gun control. Critics see the President’s ownership of the rifles as an endorsement of unchecked arms sales in a country with one of the highest homicide rates in the world. While Bolsonaro has defended his possession of the rifles as a matter of personal property, the controversy surrounding their acquisition highlights ongoing concerns about firearms proliferation in Brazil.
- Controversy surrounding Bolsonaro’s possession of customized rifles gifted by a weapons manufacturer.
- Federal Police demand President turn over the weapons due to concerns about the company’s involvement in illegal arms sales.
- Critics see the incident as reflective of Bolsonaro’s administration’s handling of corruption and gun control issues.
- The controversy has highlighted ongoing concerns about firearms proliferation in Brazil.
4. “Bolsonaro ordered to turn over gift-laden guns”. daily confidence. brazilian online magazine
President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil ordered the delivery of expensive guns, allegedly smuggled into the country, that he had received as gifts from a US gun maker. The weapons were loaded with sumptuous gifts and a slew of accessories, including $4,000 telescopes and customized ammunition, and were reported to be valued at around $30,000 each.
The order was given after an investigation by the Brazilian justice system found that the guns were brought into Brazil illegally, without the proper documentation or taxes paid. The manufacturer of the guns, Taurus, has denied any wrongdoing, claiming they simply made the guns available for sale to Bolsonaro as part of their marketing campaign, but did not smuggle them into Brazil. The delivery of the guns to the government of Brazil marks the end of a scandal that shocked the nation and threatened to damage the reputation of the President, who has been a vocal advocate of liberalizing gun ownership laws in Brazil.
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