The Most Controversial President in Brazil

Jair Bolsonaro Fast Facts: Age and Height

Gain weight for different body types

The youngest President Brazil has ever had

Culturally Brazilian, born in Manaus

First major international election

Is known for his nationalist and protectionist stance on immigration and drug trafficking

Jair Bolsonaro has made major changes to the Brazilian economy. He has pushed through legislation to overhaul the nation’s health system and make important investments in infrastructure. He has also increased spending on education, science, and other areas of research.

His most significant foreign policy change has been his decision to leave the United States. Bolsonaro has pledged to “fight for the sovereignty of the Brazilian people to choose its own destiny” and “defend the sovereignty of Brazil” while “guaranteeing the Brazilian peoples freedom of movement” and “the sovereignty of our countries.”

The Brazilian president has a history of making controversial statements. A year ago, he called women who were carrying the “wrong kind” of child “disgusting.” He also said a pregnant woman wasn’t a “good dad.” In 2005, he called the “pandemonium” over allegations of election fraud “an attempt to silence the voice of Brazil.”

His most controversial interview was with the New York Times in which he said “I can speak my mind, without fear or fear of censorship.” Many have praised the interview and the New York Times have written that the interview was the “most important national interview of the year” for Brazil.

Jair Bolsonaro’s background

Jair Bolsonaro was born on January 27, 1959, in the Brazilian city of Manaus. Bolsonaro attended high school at the Catholic University of Uberaba, which he graduated with a degree in communications and English. After college, Bolsonaro did social work in Manaus, which led to his early involvement with right-wing groups in Brazil. In the 1980s, he became a leader of the People’s Progressive Union party, of which he was a member until 1992.

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