Jair Bolsonaro's Mysterious Visit to the Hungarian Embassy He spent two nights there

Security camera footage obtained by The New York Times reveals Jair Bolsonaro spent two nights (February 12 to 14, 2023) at the Hungarian embassy, ​​days after his passport was confiscated by Brazilian federal police. The event coincided with ongoing criminal investigations against him, including charges of attempted conspiracy.

By law, national authorities cannot detain you at the border of another country's embassy. The situation, noted by the New York Times, suggests that the former president may have used his close relationship with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to avoid the consequences of his actions.

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After the New York Times article was published, Bolsonaro confirmed the embassy visit but declined to comment further. His lawyer says the former president talked politics with diplomats there and called all other information “fake news.”

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