Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is visiting India as Chief Guest at the 71st Republic Day celebrations on January 26 this year, the third by a head of state from that country.
Connected since both the countries were under colonial rule, India and Brazil today share important bilateral relations. Both are members of plurinational forums like BRICS, BASIC, G-20, G-4, IBSA, International Solar Alliance, and Biofuture Platform.
(Bloomberg) -- Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro fired the countrys culture secretary after he paraphrased notorious Nazi politician Joseph Goebbels in a video that stirred outrage in the nation.Roberto Alvim said that Brazilian art over the next decade will be heroic or it will be nothing, similarly
Outrage rained on Brazils government from across the political spectrum after the culture secretary used language similar to that of Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels in launching an arts initiative focused on nationalism and religion
Roberto Alvim's Thursday address included exact phrases used by Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.
Brazils President Jair Bolsonaro made the decision after a backlash from Jewish organizations, key lawmakers, political parties and artists.
Culture secretary Roberto Alvim appeared to paraphrase Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels in a video shared by his ministry Jan. 16.
RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazilian culture secretary Roberto Alvim was fired on Friday after using phrases similar to some used by Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels. Alvim made the comments while discussing a new art prize in Latin Americas largest democracy. Alvim had held the post since November. Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro made the decision after a backlash from Jewish organizations, key lawmakers, political parties, artists and the country's bar association.
The speech by President Jair Bolsonaros culture secretary was the latest flash point in a debate over art and freedom of expression under the conservative government.
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Brazil's government has drawn criticism after launching a project that aims to revamp the country's arts scene, with a focus on nationalism and religion. The project is part of the far-right administration's answer to what it sees as decades of leftist hegemony in the cultural sphere from art to education and family.