Saturday, 6 June , 2020

Rousseff

Zapatero, Correa, Rousseff and Samper ask for debt forgiveness in Latin...

The letter also has the support of the Vice President of Bolivia, Álvaro García Linera; the former Argentine minister, Jorge Taiana; the Brazilian Celso...

Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s Political Nightmare: a Neo-Nazi ‘Phenomenon’ Made in the...

By Edu Montesanti October 26, 2018 Not even the military dictatorship defended an ideology which is so openly fascist like Bolsonaro does today. He does not...

Brazil’s Bolsonaro-Led Far Right Wins a Victory Far More Sweeping and...

By Glenn Greenwald October 8 2018 For the past thirty years, Congressman Jair Bolsonaro was a fringe extremist in Brazilian politics, known mostly for outlandish, deliberately inflammatory...

« Nous assistons en direct à la fascisation du Brésil »

Par Ivan du Roy 10 Octobre 2018 Où va le Brésil ? 50 millions d’électeurs y ont soutenu, au premier tour, le candidat d’extrême droite Jair...

La voix dissonante du Forum de São Paulo

Par Maurice Lemoine 27 juillet 2018 La 24e édition du Forum de São Paulo (FSP), rencontre qui rassemble les partis et mouvements progressistes de l’Amérique latine...

Dilma Rousseff: ‘Free or Jailed’ Lula Will Be Elected President

2 May 2018 Former Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said Lula "is an idea," the very "symbol of Brazil." Whether “free or imprisoned,” Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva “will...

Rousseff on the US-backed coup in Brazil

Brazil’s Dilma on being betrayed https://youtu.be/YcUQ_evqEpg Former Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff tells Mehdi Hasan her biggest regrets and proudest achievements. https://youtu.be/1FjU-lqxUpE      

The MST leader on the situation in Brazil

We, the Brazilian working class are going through a very difficult moment, especially for the left. We’re coming from a period that we in Brazil call “the decline of political struggles”. Obviously, over the last three years the right managed to accumulate much more strength, because it made an important alliance with conservative sectors of the judicial power and of

Brazil’s Largest Social Movement Occupies Govt for Land Rights

More than 1,000 activists from Brazil’s largest social movement occupied the Ministry of Planning in Brasilia Monday morning to demand authorities address the needs of rural and farming communities. The protest kicked off a three-day national action bringing together thousands of demonstrators fighting for the rights of hundreds of thousands of landless

Brazil, Pandora’s Box is about to open

The upcoming local elections in Brazil are an opportunity to restore democracy and overcome the political crisis. If we do not seize it, Latin America is in for more than a decade of darkness, warns Jean Wyllys