Brazil, January 1 – And Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, after taking the oath of the President of Brazil, promised to fulfill his election promise and eradicate hunger in the country, the politician said in a statement.
“Twenty years ago, I began my inaugural address with the word ‘change’. I said then that the mission of my life would be achieved when every Brazilian would eat three meals a day. Today, I must reiterate this commitment against the backdrop of increasing poverty and hunger that we had previously overcome,” he added during the inaugural ceremonies. They are the most serious symptoms of the devastation that has occurred in the country in recent years.”
In addition, the president promised to fight deforestation in the Amazon, to reset the industry in order to stop relying on other countries, primarily in matters of fuel and energy supplies.
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