Lula defends “weapons in the hands of the police”. Moro criticizes PA in Bolsonaro’s campaign

Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (PT) did not approve of the population having access to firearms and said he wanted to have a “well-trained and well-armed police force” during elections this Friday (21). In the campaign of President Jair Bolsonaro (PL), former judge Sergio Moro (União Brasil), senator-elect from Paraná, said that “PT governments are tainted by corruption scandals”.

Lula said that if he is elected, he will create a Ministry of Public Security under the National Security Plan. He said he wanted “a well-trained and well-armed police force to beat crime and protect his family.” “I want guns in the hands of the police and books in the hands of Brazilians,” he said.

The former president criticized Bolsonaro’s government’s facilitation of access to firearms. According to him, the current policy contributes to arming organized crime.

The PA also did not approve of access to weapons by the population. “Weapons kill. And kill the innocent. Simple confusion ends in tragedy. More women are killed. “You go out to work, your son finds a gun and in an instant your family is destroyed,” he said.

In an excerpt from Bolsonaro’s election campaign, Moro, who while a federal judge condemned Lula in the context of Lava Jato, said that “PA governments were tainted by corruption scandals.”

“We cannot allow the PT, with all the corruption scandals, to return to power,” said the former judge, who was Bolsonaro’s justice minister from 2019 to 2020.

In his campaign, the president also promised to lower the age of criminal responsibility for heinous crimes.

“Brazil elected a new congress. Now we will have the opportunity to approve the lowering of the age of criminal responsibility for the heinous crime of 16 and 17-year-olds, who may have committed such crimes as kidnapping and robbery, followed by death, will pay for their actions,” the president said. from section to section.

*Posted by Daniel Reiss

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