Wake of Paulo Henrique Amorim is marked by cries of “free Lula”The journalist was an outspoken critic of Bolsonaro government and a supporter of former President Lula.
The closure of the funeral of the journalist Paulo Henrique Amorim, who died at 76 years early on Wednesday (10), It was marked by a political tone. The audience sang the Brazilian anthem and then drew cries of “Out, Bolsonaro” e “Lula Free”. Paulo Henrique was an outspoken critic of Bolsonaro government and a supporter of former President Lula.
The ceremony ended around 15h and followed the coffin to the cemetery of Penance, in the Chestnut neighborhood, in the river, where the journalist's body will be buried.
Amorim worked on Record from 2003, where he presented the Jornal da Record – 2edition, He helped create the Everything View and was ahead of Sunday Spectacular until last June, when it was removed from the electronic magazine at a time when that was strong criticism of the government of Jair Bolsonaro (PAGE). in a statement, the Record reported that he remained in the house available for new projects.
The station issued a statement of regret that recalled the professional career of the presenter: “The Record TV deeply regrets the death of Paulo Henrique Amorim and sympathizes with friends, family and admirers. To all, our sincere condolences”.