16/08/2016 08h39 - Updated 16/08/2016 08h39

Michel Temer will not go to the Rio closing ceremony 2016 afraid boos

To represent you, Temer should invite the mayor, Rodrigo Maia. O event is scheduled for Sunday (21), the Maracana.
Photo: Fabio Rodrigues Pozzebom / Agency Brazil
Photo: Fabio Rodrigues Pozzebom / Agency Brazil

After being booed during its rapid participation in the Olympics opening ceremony, the interim president Michel Temer should not attend the closing of the Olympic Games Rio 2016, next week. The ceremony will be attended by Japan's Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, and the new mayor of Tokyo, Yuriko Koike, because the Japanese city will host the next edition of Olympics.

Interlocutors of Temer said he made the decision after consulting the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the participation of local heads of state in the last ceremonies that ended the game, In London (2012), Beijing (2008) and Athens (2004). In response, the Foreign Ministry said it is not customary for presidents of countries attended the closing and opening only.

Last Friday (12), a news conference, the acting president said “should go” the ceremony. To represent you, Temer should invite the mayor, Rodrigo Maia. O event is scheduled for Sunday (21), at 19:15, the Maracana. Although not attend the stadium, the interim president may have a bilateral meeting with the Japanese Prime Minister during the rapid passage of Abe in Brazil.

Source: Agency Brazil

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