There will be no coup, but reserve military would like it to have

There will be no coup, but reserve military would like it to have

General heard by the Column says that habeas corpus for Lula will mean the discredit of the Brazilian people in the Supreme

Use of military force is bitter, but "this is better than letting us become a Venezuela"REUTERS / Ricardo Moraes / 18.01.2018Reserve General Luiz Gonzaga Schoroeder's speech about possible military intervention if the Supreme granted the habeas corpus requested by Lula is not isolated in the barracks.On the contrary.It echoes in "80% of my colleagues," says a retired general heard by the column.Although he considers institutional disruption a "shit" because it will automatically mean a marginalization imposed by other countries, he makes the following reasoning:"With Lula released, there will be a deep crisis of confidence in the judiciary, which together with the Armed Forces, are the institutions most respected by the Brazilians. We will have a deepening of ideological disputes, with everyone thinking they can do what they want, and then let's go to civil war. "Faced with this deteriorating picture of the law, he continues, the reserve military understands t...


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