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Protests in Brazil: chaos in Belo Horizonte

Since last June 10, Brazil finds itself covered in protests, which began in Sao Paulo exclusively by the increasing of public transport fares, but later extended to the whole country and gained new demands, including demands for increased public investment in education and...
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Dilma Rousseff proposed a referendum on political reform

The Brazilian president proposed last Monday June 24, for a plebiscite to arrange a delayed political reform, which is one of the many demands of the protests that spread across the country. “I want to propose a debate on the convocation of a popular referendum to authorize...
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Pope Francis’ visit to Brazil may not happen

This was stated by Secretary General of the Brazilian Presidency, Gilberto Carvalho, who admitted that the protests that have shaken Brazil over the past few days, could compromise the visit of Pope Francis next month, to participate in the World Youth Day. “We have a...
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The Vinegar Revolution advances

Before the more than 10 days of powerful protests called ‘ The Vinegar Revolution’ (because of protesters carrying vinegar to counteract the immediate harmful effects of tear gas), President Dilma Rousseff called an emergency meeting with her ministers to determine...