Employees in current economic situation who are dear to their country’s current president and economic situation, against a Bolsonaro, for Brazil’s “current salary”, like Lula da Silva.
Marco Martins left Brazil with his wife just over 80 days ago to live in Cascais, the companies in his country and already created others in Portuguese territory before arriving, while Fábio Latini arrived in Portugal in 2018, leaving in Rio de Janeiro the gyms he had for sale, and today he teaches jiu jitsu in a rented garage.
They don’t know each other, but they blame previous governments for the current situation in Brazil and argue that only Jair Bolsonaro can be the “savior” of their country.
Fábio Latini, by the way, goes further, considering that Jair Bolsonaro is “the necessary antidote” against Luís Inácio Lula da Silva, the country’s former head of state, “an ex-convict”, as a matter of calling him.
“You elect a president is not to be an eternal dictator, it is for four years. And, like a disease (…), I’m going to take the medicine, because that’s my disease. The disease that our country has is called petismo [do PT, Partido dos Trabalhadores brasileiro que lidera a coligação que o antigo chefe de Estado brasileiro representa], Squid. Who is antagonist? This is Bolsonaro,” she explained.
Therefore, “Bolsonaro exists because Lula exists”, because “if Lula never existed, they didn’t need to have a remedy, from the antidote”.
Marcos Martins, on the other hand, received that Brazil, with Lula da Silva, becomes “a Venezuela”, Cuba or Argentina.
If Lula wins these fights, Brazil is “over”, and there will be a wave of Brazilians who “will not fit in here”, defended, on his side, the 56-year-old fighter and physics teacher.
“People don’t like Bolsonaro, because he’s too many. He is brutish, he speaks what he thinks”, the small things, but in his opinion “this entrepreneur is a virtue because “it is the stamped truth”.
“I hope he is elected, he will stay for another four years,” said Fábio, adding that after him “a better” candidate may come. But, “as long as there is a busy Lula on the other side, Bolsonaro has to be put as the man who speaks his mind and is and goes to war, to the confrontation with the PT”, he defended.
The “economic destruction” of Brazil, although it pushed it allied to the desire to know the world, considered that “it was the governments of Lula and Dilma Portugal [Roussef], previous, that ended the country. (…)”, he reinforced. Because the current government, in his opinion, has already managed to improve a lot and now “the Brazilian economy is doing very well”.
Marco Martins has always been an entrepreneur and today his businesses cover segments, insurance companies, business consulting for small, medium and large companies in several areas, mainly in technological innovation and business and finance plans and training for business leaders and entrepreneurs.
“A main motivation [para emigrar] it was security”, but Portugal also represented an opportunity to “expand business” in the European market.
For the businessman, Bolsonaro’s governor has been doing the damage Henrique is “conserving in the last 20 years” several governments in Brazil, “from the left and right, from Fernando Henrique [Cardoso]Lula, and Dilma [Rousseff]”, who “were not really concerned with the structure of a country”, he adds.
Now “it is undoubted, for example, that the Lula government dealt with damage to the country, so much so that it took him to prison,” he said. And today Brazil has one of the “most intelligent men”, who assured that he had known, as Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes. Therefore, he said: “my vote will definitely go to Bolsonaro, there is no doubt”.
In all, there are 12 candidates vying for the next presidency in Brazil. If none of the chosen candidates has a 50% majority plus one vote on October 2nd, the second round will take place with the two most voted on on the 30th of the same month.