At the United Nations, NGOs have condemned the government of Jair Bolsanaro for its reckless handling of the Covit-19 epidemic, which killed nearly 280,000 people in Brazil as of March 16.
According to the news portal Poder 360, in the indictment filed at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, the Arnes Commission and the Connectasus human rights organizations pointed out that the administration of the far-right president is leading the country to a catastrophic humanitarian tragedy due to its negligence.
‘Bolzano hates the recommendations of scientists; It re-sows the stigma of all safety measures such as the use of masks and social exclusion, and encourages the use of ineffective drugs, ”they said.
Its administration disables the cohesive capacity of the federal health authority, denies the importance of vaccines and laughs at the fears and tears of families.
In the international arena, Maria Herminia Tavares de Almeida, one of the founders of the Arnes Commission, warned that the situation at the South American company was far worse.
‘Covit-19 takes a heavy toll on loss of life and financial crisis. The disease has severely affected black and impoverished people as well as tribal and traditional communities, ”he warned.
Another three times a former military man has been convicted in international courts. In November 2019, a representative of the Arnes Commission and the Human Rights Lawyers’ Coalition accused the president of ‘crimes against humanity’ and ‘incitement to genocide of indigenous peoples’ at the International Criminal Court in The Hague in the Netherlands.
In March 2020, the UN. At the 43rd session of the Human Rights Council, Bolsanaro was accused by indigenous leader Davy Copenova, a spokesman for the Yanomami ethnic group, of violating the rights of isolated indigenous peoples.
“He (the president]doesn’t like the tribal people, he doesn’t like me,” Copenhagen said on the show.
In July 2020, Bolsanaro’s name came up for trial again in The Hague Court, in a criminal representation issued by a coalition led by the Red Syndicate UNICE on the catastrophic management of his government in the face of the health crisis.
“Severe and fatal failures in conflict with Govt-19 epidemic,” the report noted.
To date, 279 thousand 286 human lives and 11 million 519 thousand 609 people in Brazil have been infected with the SARS-CoV-2 corona virus, which causes the disease.