Robledo responds after Lula says Pedro’s proposal is unrealistic – Political parties – Politics

Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was elected president of Brazil this Sunday. The President, who has already ruled the country from 2003 to 2010, will take office again from January 1 and rule for the next few years.

Lula da Silva defeated the incumbent president in the election. Jair Bolsonaro, compared to 50.9% of the vote, 49.1%. Thus, Brazil joins a long list of Latin American countries ruled by left-wing leaders.

(Also read: Lula da Silva to Pedro: “Relations between Colombia and Brazil will be close”)

Although Lula da Silva and Colombian President Gustavo Pedro share an ideologyIt is not necessary to agree on all the issues, such as oil exploration, which are currently garnering media attention.

Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is elected President of Brazil.

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Since his campaign for the presidency, the Colombian head of state has emphasized his goal Stop oil exploration and exploitation contracts That is the country. However, this is an “unrealistic” idea for Lula, the leader of the Workers’ Party.

Brazil’s president-elect during an interview with the press Time, from the United States, noted Pedro’s initiative on environmental matters, promising that the president “has the right to do all the projects he thinks he should do.” But that is not true in the case of Brazil. It is unreal in the case of the world. Oil is needed for a few more days.”

(can read: Brazil: What happens if Bolsonaro stays quiet after election defeat?)

The leader of the Workers’ Party in Brazil said in an interview that the case of the United States was an example, pointing to the North American country, “We cannot imagine that they are going to stop using oil from day to night. The country.”

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These are Lula’s words to Pedro were shared by Jorge Enrique Robledo a few hours ago via his Twitter account. The political leader and founding member of the Dignitad party wrote: “Another example of the isolation that @petrogustavo is supporting in his environmentalist rhetoric against the interests of Colombia.”

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