We’ve stuck to the rule of law, democracy and freedom, writes the Brazilian ambassador to the UK, Eduardo do Santos

In equating the political situation in Brazil with what is happening in Venezuela, Julia Blunck (The west is gripped by Venezuela’s problems. Why does it ignore Brazil’s?, theguardian.com, 10 August) seriously distorted the two countries’ contrasting realities.

In Brazil, President Michel Temer took office last year as a result of a constitutional process, under the rule of law and the direct scrutiny of the judiciary.

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