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Lula very popular support for presidential 2018 in Brazil

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The Brazilian Uribe grows in intention of votes with between 30 and 35 per cent, above the rest of the candidates. 

General strike in Brazil was a historic day, said Rousseff

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“The fight for better days for all Brazilians is just beginning. The expansion of democracy will lead us to victory”, Dilma Rousseff highlighted by means of a press release.

Key: first general strike in Brazil since 1996

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Trade unions and social movements of all Brazil made a great national strike this Friday to denounce and reject neo-liberal measures of Michel fear against the rights of the working class and the poor.

Unemployment in Brazil reached 14.2 million people

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Brazil suffered an increase of 14.9 per cent unemployed, compared with the previous quarter.

Slave increases the use of labor in Brazil

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Experts say that the number of people connected with slavery in Brazil is greater indicates that the latest report issued by the Brazilian Government.

Brazil announces first general strike for Friday

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“Unemployment is urgent and necessary for the mass struggle and stop this conservative wave trying to carry out a Government,” said the Trade Union President Beatriz Cerqueira.

PT Senators receive Brazilian indigenous leaders

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Indigenous leaders met Wednesday with various officials in order to claim their rights as citizens and to express their rejection of the politics of fear. 

Military police used tear gas against indigenous peoples in Brazil

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Protesters, who demand the respect for nature and the fair land demarcation, were dispersed by the authorities who used rubber bullets into ethnic groups. 

Brazilian indigenous March in defense of their rights

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It is the single largest mobilization of indigenous peoples in history.

Rousseff: Return of attentive neo-liberalism against democracy

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“Latin America is returning to neo-liberalism,” said in Mexico the constitutional President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff.