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Brazil: Dilma reacts to the fascist attack

(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF BRAZIL’S 247 NEWS)

Dilma reacts to the fascist attack: “I know what you stand for. You stand for militia, don’t you?” 196 palabras más

Brazil

Brazil: GDP in the Dilma era, attacked by the corporate press, was much higher than under Bolsonaro

(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF BRAZIL’S 247 NEWS)

GDP in the Dilma era, attacked by the corporate press, was much higher than under Bolsonaro

By way of comparison, in 2011, also the first year of Dilma Rousseff’s (PT) government, the press made her a hell of a 2.7% “little guy” in those boom times.  197 palabras más

Economics

RESIGNATION OF BOLIVIA’S EVO MORALES WAS NO VICTORY FOR DEMOCRACY, BUT A US-SPONSORED COUP

Nov 11, 2019, RT.com
by Eva K Bartlett

Evo Morales, an indigenous leader who bucked the IMF and condemned US imperialism, has been pressured by the military to resign after winning an election. 638 palabras más

USA

A comparative look at American & Brazilian impeachment practice

What follows is another in a series of contributions from the terrific students in my Georgetown Law Center seminar on “Impeachment Power and the American Constitutional Balance.” … 2.150 palabras más

Brazil: How Long the Nightmare?

By Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira 

The decline of Brazil’s democratic culture since 2013 has thrust the country into nightmarish times from which only its ample civil society, if mobilized, can rescue it. 673 palabras más

Brazil

Brazil: Fábio Pannunzio: I supported impeachment and I regret it

(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF BRAZIL’S 247 NEWS)

Fábio Pannunzio: I supported impeachment and I regret it

Former supporter of the Lava Jato and the coup against former president Dilma Rousseff, the journalist said he was sorry for his positions and said the 2016 impeachment was a deliberate action against the left.  392 palabras más

Politics

Brazil Fails to Replace Cuban Doctors, Hurting Health Care of 28 Million.

By Shasta Darlington and Letícia Casado

The shiny plastic chairs all sat empty in a public health clinic, and the patients who staggered in were told to come back Thursday — the only day of the week now when a doctor is there. 1.275 palabras más

Politics