Brazil fuel protests: Drivers to clear roads over army threat.
Among the main groups supporting a fuel strike paralysing Brazil has told truckers to clear roads after President Temer threatened to send in the military.
The Abcam drivers’ association said the threat of force was”lamentable” and said it feared for its members’ safety.
Earlier Mr Temer said a”radical minority” had rejected an agreement reached on Thursday and was holding the population hostage.
Diesel prices in Brazil have nearly doubled since 2016.
The strike has brought the country to a standstill, with queues at petrol stations, airports running out of fuel and supermarket shelves empty.