Janja says Rolls Royce was damaged and may not be used in possession

posted on 12/07/2022 14:59

(credit: Presidency of the Republic)

The future first lady, Rosângela da Silva, known as Janja, responsible for the preparations to commemorate the inauguration of president-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) on January 1st, said this Wednesday (12/7) that the traditional Rolls Royce used in presidential inaugurations was damaged by the management of President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) and may not be used by Lula in the inauguration parade. She reported, however, that the petista will parade in an open car.

For security reasons, she also did not say what the president-elect’s starting point will be. “For security reasons, we are going to withhold a little bit of information on where he (Lula) will leave. The journey will be made in an open car, I can confirm that for you.”

“Today, this is the information I can tell you, that President Lula will be in an open car, as is the protocol, and that it will be in a Rolls-Royce, if he is in conditions, because it seems that he was damaged in the last inauguration. It’s an old car.”

Asked what the problem with the vehicle would be, she pointed out damage to the car seat. “The ambassador (Fernando Igreja) is responsible for this, and our team will check it out, if it is in conditions. It’s quite an old car,” she concluded.

She also added that Lula will spend New Year’s Eve with his family, in Brasília.

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