Since Wednesday, Brazil’s far-right President Jal Bolsonaro has been hospitalized for intestinal obstruction.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, Hospitalized since Wednesday Vila Nova Star Hospital, which is undergoing treatment, said that due to intestinal obstruction, he may be discharged in the next few days.
In a statement on Saturday, the hospital stated that it would provide Bolsonaro with a soup and fruit puree diet. Assuming he did not show any negative reactions, he could be discharged from the hospital in the next few days.
This 66-year-old man is Transfer to hospital After 10 days of continuous hiccups, in Sao Paulo on Wednesday.
Bolsonaro has said that this issue is related to his stabbing during the 2018 presidential campaign.
Since then, the far-right leader has performed six operations, five of which were on his digestive system.
In an online live event held on Saturday, to commemorate the opening of the Caixa Economica Bank branch in the northern state of Ceara, Bolsonaro said he felt good and wanted to go back to work.
“I’m fine, thank God. The problem I encountered earlier this week is still due to the stabbing I received in 2018… it affects the intestines from time to time,” Bolsonaro said at a live event, Explain that he will not undergo surgery.
“I can’t wait to go back to work, meet friends, and really make Brazil move,” he added.
Bolsonaro is currently facing increasing political pressure to explain his government Dealing with the coronavirus pandemicAccording to data from Johns Hopkins University, the incident has caused more than 540,300 deaths in Brazil.
He was accused of failing to respond to the Ministry of Health’s alleged violation of procurement of COVID-19 vaccine from India, this month New allegations As it surfaced, Bolsonaro participated in a plan to rob his assistants’ salaries while serving as a federal member.
The president is a coronavirus skeptic. He downplayed the threat of COVID-19 and rejected efforts to impose strict lockdown measures such as curfews. He denied all allegations against him.
Although he Still provocativeAccording to recent polls, his approval rating is declining before next year’s presidential election.
Recent Datafolha survey Established The majority of Brazilians (54%) support the efforts of the Brazilian House of Commons to initiate impeachment proceedings against the president, while 42% oppose it.
Bolsonaro may face challenges from former Brazilian leftists President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, Recent polls indicate that he may defeat the former army captain.