President-elect Jair Bolsonaro (PSL) participated this morning in a service at the Zionist Evangelical Baptist Church Atitude, Recreio, west of Rio, Agência Brasil reported.
Jair Bolsonaro was accompanied by his wife. During the service, the president commented on the choice of his government team.
“No one does anything alone as I said, look at what Israel does not have and see what they are. Look at what Brazil has and see what we are not. The problem was identified back there 4 years ago when I decided to dispute the presidency, without resources, without parties, without television time, with part of the media contrary to our proposals, but if this happened last Sunday, there is only one explanation: it was God who decided.”
Bolsonaro also commented on the election process.
“No political scientist has been able to explain that this old boy with the monkey’s name would have come where he is,” he said.
“We want, yes, and, using my military side now, to follow in the footsteps of Caxias, the Peacemaker, but with a free soul, with God above everything, we seek to attend to all who need it. which is not mine, but all of us,” he added.
Bolsonaro also warned on social networks that a “new moment for Brazil” will emerge. According to the politician, the “state will serve the population” and not the other way around.
“We spend about 20 times less than the second place, without mayors, governors or machines. The whole possible picture was changed thanks to the connection with what the population wants. A new moment arises, where the state will serve the population and not the historically destructive opposite!” he said from Twitter.
Gastamos cerca de 20 vezes menos que o segundo colocado, sem prefeitos, governadores ou máquinas. Todo o possível quadro foi mudado graças a conexão com o que almeja a população. Surge um novo momento, onde o estado servirá à população e não o historicamente destrutivo oposto!
— Jair M. Bolsonaro (@jairbolsonaro) November 4, 2018
On Tuesday, Bolsonaro and his team must be in Brasilia to hold a series of meetings.
According to federal deputy Onyx Lorenzoni (DEM-RS), who will take over the Civil House, the new president will have meetings with representatives of the Judiciary, Legislative and Executive.
Bolsonaro must meet the President of the Federal Supreme Court, Dias Toffoli, the mayor, Rodrigo Maia (DEM-RJ), and the president of the Senate, Eunício Oliveira (MDB-CE).
On Wednesday, Bolsonaro meets with President Michel Temer, with whom he has spoken a few times over the phone.