ANGOLA BRAZIL

Lisbon plays peacemaker in religious turf war between Bolsonaro and Lourenço

Tensions between the Angolan branch of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God and the church's headquarters in Brazil have become so acute that President Jair Bolsonaro felt called on to intervene in the dispute. The Portuguese government has offered to play the role of mediator in an attempt to settle the dispute, which is jeopardising relations between Brazilia and Luanda. [...] (469 words)
Issue dated 28/08/2020 Reading time 2 minutes
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