2016

2016

There's Something About the State that Brazilian Neoliberals Hate At the same moment that the lower chamber of the Brazilian congress was moving forward with the process of privatizing Brazil's offshore oil reserves known as pre-salt and preparing to approve a decree that would freeze government funds for education and health for 20 years, coup president Michel Temer named his...

The Media and the Three Powers in Brazil Join in a Crusade to Exterminate the PT The debate over whether the regime change in Brazil constituted a coup hinges on whether the impeachment process used to depose President Dilma Rousseff had democratic legitimacy or was an illicit use of formal procedures to undermine the popular mandate granted to the...

Brazil's First Lady Heads as a Volunteer the Just-Created Happy Child Program In her first speech as ambassador of the Criança Feliz (Happy Child) program, Brazil's First Lady Marcela Temer said this Wednesday (October 5), during the ceremony to launch the program, that care for Brazilian children is important for the country's development. Read More ...

After 30 Days, No End in Sight for Brazil's National Bank Strike Brazil's banking strike has just reached 30 days this Wednesday (October 5) and is already as long as the strike of 2004, which was the longest in history. Read More ...

Every Six Days, a Guarani Indian in Brazil Kills Himself. This Has to Stop We need to talk about the mental health of the Guarani-Kaiowá people in Brazil. World Mental Health day should be a time to look forward and seek improvements for people suffering from mental illness. Read More ...

IMF Is Bullish on Brazil Again The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is projecting that Brazil will surpass Italy next year and will remain in eighth position globally until at least 2021 which is as far as current forecasts from the organization reach. Read More ...

Angola Affair: One More Nail on Former Brazil President Lula's Coffin Brazilian federal prosecutors in the Federal District filed charges against former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and ten other people, among them entrepreneur Marcelo Odebrecht, ex-CEO at the Odebrecht construction company. Read More ...

Despite Improvement in the Fear Index, Brazilian People Are Far from Satisfied The Fear of Unemployment Index reached 51.2 points in September, down 6.7 from June, the National Confederation of Industry (CNI) announced. In the same period, another index, Satisfaction with Life, rose 2.5 points, reaching 67. Read More ...

Brazil House Approves Constitutional Amendment Limiting Public Spending for 20 Years Brazil's Chamber of Deputies on Monday night (October 10) voted 366-111 (with two abstentions) to approve a constitution amendment bill that will cap public spending for the next 20 years. Read More ...

Hydra of Lerna: Brazil's New Anti-Corruption Action Goes After Ministers and Governor Brazil's Federal Police officers executed warrants for Operation Hydra of Lerna at the Workers' Party (PT) state headquarters in Salvador, Bahia state's capital city, at Propeg advertising company and at OAS construction company, also investigated under Operation Car Wash. Read More ...

Loading...

#Popular News

Há mais de 15 anos, Stephanie Veloso Rodas, de 28 anos, luta contra a anorexia nervosa (Foto: GoFundMe.com) Stephanie Veloso Rodas, de 28 anos, pesa...
Loading...

Powered by allindonews.com