Campaign coordinator for Lula da Silva in Brazil thanked President Boric for his support
















Gleisi Hoffmann, also president of the Workers’ Party, affirmed that she is “certain that relations between Chile and Brazil will be better than they have been.”

Tuesday, November 1, 2022 8:51 a.m.

Gleisi Hoffmann, coordinator of the elected president of Brazil, Lula da Silvareferred today to the support expressed by President Gabriel Boric for the leader of the Workers’ Party and today also the winner of the last Brazilian elections.

“Thank you for all the support of the Chilean people, thank you for the support and solidarity of President Boric,” Hoffmann told 24 hours.

The also president of the Workers’ Party affirmed that she is “certain that relations between Chile and Brazil will be better than they have been.”

It should be remembered that different controversies have surrounded the relationship between Brazil and Chile since President Gabriel Boric took office in March of this year.

Bolsonaro took four days to congratulate the Chilean Head of State after his electionaccused him without evidence of having set fire to the Santiago subway and to this day, has had Sebastián Depolo in a long wait for the approval to serve as ambassador.

Lula da Silva, who will begin to govern Brazil from next January 1, yesterday narrowly defeated the ultra-conservative candidate, Jair Bolsonaro, who until now has not congratulated his opponent, nor admitted his defeat.

Gleisi Hoffmann, coordinator of the elected president of Brazil, Lula da Silvareferred today to the support expressed by President Gabriel Boric for the leader of the Workers’ Party and today also the winner of the last Brazilian elections.

“Thank you for all the support of the Chilean people, thank you for the support and solidarity of President Boric,” Hoffmann told 24 hours.

The also president of the Workers’ Party affirmed that she is “certain that relations between Chile and Brazil will be better than they have been.”

It should be remembered that different controversies have surrounded the relationship between Brazil and Chile since President Gabriel Boric took office in March of this year.

Bolsonaro took four days to congratulate the Chilean Head of State after his electionaccused him without evidence of having set fire to the Santiago subway and to this day, has had Sebastián Depolo in a long wait for the approval to serve as ambassador.

Lula da Silva, who will begin to govern Brazil from next January 1, yesterday narrowly defeated the ultra-conservative candidate, Jair Bolsonaro, who until now has not congratulated his opponent, nor admitted his defeat.

Gleisi Hoffmann, coordinator of the elected president of Brazil, Lula da Silvareferred today to the support expressed by President Gabriel Boric for the leader of the Workers’ Party and today also the winner of the last Brazilian elections.

“Thank you for all the support of the Chilean people, thank you for the support and solidarity of President Boric,” Hoffmann told 24 hours.

The also president of the Workers’ Party affirmed that she is “certain that relations between Chile and Brazil will be better than they have been.”

It should be remembered that different controversies have surrounded the relationship between Brazil and Chile since President Gabriel Boric took office in March of this year.

Bolsonaro took four days to congratulate the Chilean Head of State after his electionaccused him without evidence of having set fire to the Santiago subway and to this day, has had Sebastián Depolo in a long wait for the approval to serve as ambassador.

Lula da Silva, who will begin to govern Brazil from next January 1, yesterday narrowly defeated the ultra-conservative candidate, Jair Bolsonaro, who until now has not congratulated his opponent, nor admitted his defeat.

Campaign coordinator for Lula da Silva in Brazil thanked President Boric for his support