Live updates: Brazil’s Lula blames safety forces for failing to halt riots

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva mentioned there won’t be one other coup in his nation in a Monday assembly with regional leaders, together with former president Jair Bolsonaro’s political allies, in accordance with Brazil’s O Globo newspaper.

“They want a coup, and there won’t be a coup,” Lula mentioned of the rioters, in accordance with O Globo. “They have to learn that democracy is the most complicated thing for us to do, because it requires us to support others. It requires living with people we don’t like, with whom we don’t get along. But it’s the only regime that allows everyone the chance to compete, and whoever wins has the right to govern.”