Brazil's Bolsonaro: What has changed six months into presidency

Despite bold promises, Jair Bolsonaro has so far done little to placate his opponents.

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    Six months ago in Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro swept to office on a wave of bold promises.

    He said he would tackle Brazil’s soaring crime rates and overhaul the economy.

    His campaign was peppered with attacks on women and minorities.

    Many had high hopes and some feared the worst.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports from Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo on how things have panned out.


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