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China, Japan and the UK were excluded from Bolsonaro’s meeting on ‘fraud’ in the vote.

BRASÍlia – The Planalto Palace no longer gathers for the President’s meeting Jair Bolsonaro With ambassadors last month to strategic countries from the G20 and the UN Security Council. At a meeting in July, Bolsonaro used a slide show to repeat the unconfirmed thesis that electronic voting machines had been tampered with in 2014 and 2018. Estado basically Access to Information ActConfirming the lack of criteria: Seven of the 19 countries of the G20, the group of the world’s major economies, were not invited.

Two of the five permanent members of the United Nations (UN) Security Council quit. Of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, China and the United Kingdom were not invited – France, the United States and Russia attended. As shown EstadoEven some important foreign representatives were not invited.

Related countries with close ties to Brazil were not invited. Photo: Glaber Glaber Caetano/br

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At the time, diplomatic sources generally said that the criteria for selecting invited countries was “common sense”. However, related countries with close ties to Brazil were not invited. Of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, China and the UK were not invited. At the time, Bolsonaro’s presentation was not considered credible by the diplomats present. The United States delegation, for example, issued a note calling the Brazilian elections a “model” for other countries.

In total, representatives from 72 countries participated in the event. Of the G20, a group of the world’s 19 largest economies and the European Union, seven did not attend: Argentina, Australia, China, South Korea, Japan, Mexico and the United Kingdom. In total, there are 55 ambassadors and 14 chargé d’affaires (diplomat in charge of an embassy in the absence of an ambassador).

According to historian Philip Figueiredo, the list is “difficult to understand” in its criteria. “At times, the list follows an ideological divide. There are three exceptions from our neighbors in South America, for example, Bolivia, Argentina and Chile. These countries are very much at the forefront of President Bolsonaro’s political discourse (having left-wing rulers). Especially Chile, recently President ( Gabriel) Boric was chosen. But at the same time, Venezuela and Peru were invited, perhaps the two most left-wing countries on the continent,” says Figueiredo, a columnist on international politics and creator of the Chatres Verbal podcast.

“Nor can it be said that the main powers were benchmarks. Looking at the G7, a group of countries with the oldest industrialization, two of them are missing: Japan and the United Kingdom”, observes Figueiredo. “So, it is a complicated list to analyze because it does not follow any objective criteria. It does not collect all the powers, only a few; Not all major economies or all of our neighbors. Not all BRICS countries. On the other hand, there is a large presence of countries that are not exactly heavyweights on the international scene,” he says.

List of gifts received Estado Through the Access to Information Act. Apart from ambassadors, ministers also attended. Ciro Nogueira (Civil House); Paulo Sergio Nogueira de Oliveira (security); Carlos France (Foreign Relations); Wagner Rosario (UGC); Luis Eduardo Ramos (Government Secretariat); Celio Faria (Government Secretariat); Augusto Helena (Office of Enterprise Security) and Bruno Bianco (Advocate General of the Union).

On that occasion, Bolsonaro indicated that the meeting with the diplomats was an “answer” to the minister, the head of the TSE. Edson Fauchin. A few days ago, the Electoral Court held a meeting with representatives of embassies to show how Brazilian electronic voting machines work. “To make one thing very clear, Fauchin did not … take it into account. The president is the one who deals with foreign policy according to the constitution,” he said.

Find the full list of Ambassadors:

Abdullahi Idrissa Wagne, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania

Abdullah Adnan Abdulaziz, Charge d’Affaires of the Kingdom of Bahrain

Ahmad Hussain Dayo, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan

Ahmed Ibrahim Abdullah Alabdullah, Ambassador of Qatar

Alexey Kazimirovitch Labetskiy, Ambassador of the Russian Federation

Aminada Sana Ambassador to Congo, Republic of Burkina Faso

Ana Beatrice, Chargé d’Affaires of the European Union Ambassador

Anders Wolter, Chargé d’Affaires of the Kingdom of Sweden

Angeladebie Roshni Annie Ramkisoen, Ambassador of the Republic of Suriname

Arturo Romeo Duarte Ortiz, Ambassador of the Republic of Guatemala

Bassam Budulraziq Binahamat, Charge d’Affaires of the Embassy of Saudi Arabia

Bojidara Nikolova Sartchadjeeva, Ambassador of the Republic of Bulgaria

Brigitte Collette, Ambassador of the French Republic

Carlos Alberto Velastegui Calero, Ambassador of the Republic of Ecuador

Charles Schmidt, Vice-Chancellor of the Embassy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Daniel Zohar Sonshine, Ambassador of the State of Israel

Dario Alonso Montoya Mejia, Ambassador of the Republic of Colombia

Diamoutené Alassane Zié, Ambassador of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire

Douglas A. Koneff, Charge d’Affaires at the American Embassy

Eddie Yusuf, Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia

Eleni Papagianni, Chargé d’Affaires of the Hellenic Republic

Faris Al-Adwan, Chargé d’Affaires of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

Fernando Garcia Casas, Ambassador of Spain

Florencio Mariano da Concio de Almeida, Ambassador of the Republic of Angola

Francesco Azzarello, Ambassador of the Italian Republic

Camiel Sepulveda Jono Mungwambe, Ambassador of the Republic of Mozambique

Gerard Green, Ambassador of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

Giambattista Diquattro, Apostolic Ambassador

Guillermo Valls, Ambassador of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay

Hossein Gharib, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran

Ibrahim Altura, Charge d’Affaires of the State of Kuwait

Ibrahim Mohammed Khalil Alseben, Ambassador of the State of Palestine

Jacques Michel Moudoute-Bell, Ambassador of the Gabonese Republic

Jakub Tatius Skiba, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland

Jennifer May, Ambassador to Canada

John Aquilina, Ambassador of the Republic of Malta

Jorge Alberto Milla Reyes, Ambassador of the Republic of Honduras

Jose Pedro Maximo Sandre de Oliveira, Ambassador of the Republic of Cape Verde

Juko Johannes Leinonen, Ambassador of the Republic of Finland

Juan Angel Delcadillo, Ambassador of the Republic of Paraguay

Karim Hegazi, Minister Counsellor, Charge d’Affaires, Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt

Lorena del Carmen Martinez, Ambassador of the Republic of Nicaragua

Luis Philippe Melo and Faro Ramos, Ambassador of the Portuguese Republic

M’Bala Alfredo Fernandes, Ambassador of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau

Mark Bogdan, Minister, Charge d’Affaires, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

Maria Teresa Belandria Exposito, Ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

Martin Agbor Mpeng, Ambassador of the Republic of Cameroon

Milan Sachar, Ambassador of the Slovak Republic

Muhammad Magarfi Ahmed, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

Murad Yavuz Ades, Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey

Nabil Atkoghi, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco

Nicolai Prytz, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark

Norman Lizano Ortiz, Ambassador to the Republic of Costa Rica

Olympio Maria Alves Gomez Miranda Franco, Ambassador of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste

Patrick Herman, Ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium

Pietro Lazzeri, Ambassador of the Swiss Confederation

Rachel Coubad, Consul of the Republic of Haiti

Rachid Platehane, Ambassador of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria

Charge d’Affaires of the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates Rafeya Bushnain

Ranko Vilovic, Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia

Remon Boff, Chargé d’Affaires of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

Romulo Fernando Agurio Traverso, Ambassador of the Republic of Peru

Sean Hoy, Ambassador to the Republic of Ireland

Stefan Scholes, Ambassador of the Republic of Austria

Stein Rosenberg, Charge d’Affaires of the Kingdom of Norway

Suresh K. Reddy, Ambassador of the Republic of India

Tanja Maslać, Chargé d’Affaires of the Republic of Slovenia

Donika Maria Seeley Thompson, Ambassador of Barbados

Victor Manuel Lagos Bisati, Ambassador of the Republic of El Salvador

Vitaly Shatskov, Minister-Counselor, Charge d’Affaires, Embassy of Kazakhstan

Wellington Vusumuzi Mavimbela, Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa

Zoltan Szentgiorgi, Ambassador of Hungary

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