Tag: Lula Da Silva

Luiz Inácio da Lula is met by his supporters in the city of Curitiba. / Leandro Taques
Brazil News

Brazilian Social Movements Turn Out In Show of Support for Lula

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Supporters of former Brazilian president believe Luiz Inácio da Lula should be cleared from corruption allegations. By: Franciele Petry Schramm, Carolina Goetten, Daniel Giovanaz e Júlia Dolce / Source: Brasil de Fato / The Dawn News / September 14, 2017 Supporters of former president Luiz Inácio da Lula gathered in the […]

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Brazil News

Dilma Rousseff: Brazil ‘coup’ not over

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By: Katy Watson / Source: BBC / The Dawn News / August 11, 2017 It has been almost a year since the impeachment of Brazil’s former President Dilma Rousseff, removed from office for illegally manipulating government accounts. And what a year it has been. Ms Rousseff’s former running mate Michel […]

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Crowds in São Paulo, Brazil on April 28, 2017. Photo credit: Pedro Maia Veiga
Analysis Brazil

The Continental Strikes

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The history of general strikes in Brazil shows why last month’s — the country’s largest yet — was so vital By: Marcelo Badaró / Source: Jacobin Mag / The Dawn News / March 23, 2017 On April 28, images flashed across Brazilian social media of burning tires in dozens of […]

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Brazil: The Government is Rotten
Analysis Brazil

Brazil: The Government is Rotten

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  By: João Pedro Stedile / Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / March 2, 2017 The political, mediatic, juridic and congress powers gathered and gave an institutional coup overthrowing the president Dilma, without the commitment of any crime, as the constitution demands. The people barely witnessed all this […]

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