- Common Julio César de Arruda was commander from December 28.
- His alternative will probably be Common Tomas Miguel Ribeiro Paiva.
- Lula stated this week that the intelligence companies failed on January 8 to stop riots.
Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has fired the military commander, Common Julio César de Arruda, in line with a supply conversant in the matter.
The dismissal of Mr. Arruda, who was commander since December 28, was knowledgeable this Saturday by the Brazilian newspaper Folha de S Paulo and the tv community Globonews.
His alternative will probably be Common Tomás Miguel Ribeiro Paiva, commander of the southeastern military, the supply stated.
The official web site of the Brazilian armed forces stated on Saturday that Mr. Arruda had been eliminated as military chief.
Lula stated this week that intelligence companies failed on January 8, when authorities buildings in Brasilia had been stormed by supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro.
Beforehand, Lula stated he suspected the complicity of “folks from the armed forces” within the riots, throughout which a number of thousand supporters of Bolsonaro invaded and looted the Congress constructing, the presidential palace and the Supreme Court docket.
Mr. Arruda attended a gathering with Mr. Lula, accompanied by the commanders of the navy, Marcos Sampaio Olsen, and of the air power, Marcelo Kanitz Damasceno.
Protection Minister José Múcio Monteiro advised reporters after the assembly that the Jan. 8 riots weren’t the principle matter of debate, however added that any army involvement within the riots could be punished.
Lula lately stated his authorities would expel Bolsonaro’s staunch loyalists from the safety forces.
Most of the protesters who rioted in Brasilia referred to as for a army coup to return Bolsonaro to energy.