“Do you think I forgot about the beer and the picanha?”

“Do you think I forgot about the beer and the picanha?”
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The president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) minimized, this Tuesday (23), the results of surveys that indicate a recent loss of approval for his government by society.

At a breakfast with journalists, at Palácio do Planalto, the president dealt naturally with the movement captured by several companies specializing in public opinion and said he had confidence in the work carried out by his administration and that the results would be harvested soon.

“Any politician who is concerned about research at the beginning of his term is effectively not prepared to be a politician,” he stated.


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“When a survey comes out, in the first year of office, it is normal for expectations that were not met to generate a bad mood in society. Before being president, I was a voter. I know how these things work,” he said.

During the conversation, Lula said he “was clear” about everything he promised in the 2022 electoral campaign, in which he defeated former president Jair Bolsonaro (PL) with 50.90% of the valid votes, and maintained that he will fulfill them until the end of his third term.

“It doesn’t bother me, because I know what we are doing and planting,” he said. “I know that we are planting development, job creation, improving salary conditions, improving the minimum wage. All of this is happening.”

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“Do you think I forgot about the beer and the picanha? I did not forget. I still say to this day that the price of meat has already dropped and needs to drop further. Much more needs to be downloaded. Either you lower the price of food or increase people’s wages. It’s the way to allow him to have access to things”, she pointed out.

In the last electoral campaign, Lula promised better conditions for the population to access these products, in a speech that combined the fight against inequalities and the expansion of the domestic consumer market − which has been frequently mentioned by opponents.

During the conversation with journalists, Lula also recalled his campaign commitment to increase the Personal Income Tax (IRPF) exemption range to up to R$5,000 per month until the end of his term, in 2026. “All of this will happen,” he said.

“The moment things start to happen, people will make the correct assessment of what is happening in Brazil. People may not like a president, but people may like the policies that are being put into practice in this country,” he concluded.

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The article is in Portuguese

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