The former president wants to wait for a larger quorum Ricardo Stuckert/Disclosure
Due to the lack of an expressive public until the beginning of the afternoon in the Labor Day act organized by the union centrals, in São Paulo, this Sunday, 1, the former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva decided to delay his participation. His speech was scheduled to take place at 1:00 pm, but is now planned for 3:30 pm, when organizers hope to have more people at Praça Charles Miller, in Pacaembu, in São Paulo, where the act is being held.
Earlier, former mayor and pre-candidate for the government of São Paulo for PT Fernando Haddad and pre-candidate for federal deputy for Psol Guilherme Boulos passed through the place. Asked about President Jair Bolsonaro going to the demonstration organized by deputy Daniel Silveira this morning in Brasília, Haddad said it was yet another act against democracy. “Let’s get this man out,” he said. Boulos called Bolsonaro a “militia president”. “We will work to make it the last May Day with Bolsonaro in the presidency,” he said.