Le Monde speaks of increased tensions in Brazil: ‘Army action call’

Le Monde speaks of increased tensions in Brazil and ‘Army action call’ (Photo: Marcos Corrêa | PR)

This Thursday, June 4, edition of Frenchman Le Monde talks about the political tensions that Brazil is going through and cites processes of ‘destitution’ of President Jair Bolsonaro amid the Coronavirus pandemic. ‘Several reservists are already calling out loud and clear to the Army,’ he says.

In a secondary headline on the full page that Brazil won in the edition, the publication speaks of ‘concern of neighboring countries’ with the country becoming the new epicenter of the world of the pandemic.

According to Le Monde, which cites Brazil’s 14,000-kilometer border, 517 people tested positive in Guyana were on the other side of the Oiapoque River.