Wednesday, 28 September , 2022

Brazil

Dilma out: Brazilian plutocracy sets 54mn votes on fire

By Pepe Escobar Never in modern political history has it been so easy to “abolish the people” and simply erase 54 million votes cast in a...

Brazil’s Democracy to Suffer Grievous Blow as Unelectable, Corrupt Neoliberal is...

By Glenn Greenwald (Para ler a versão desse artigo em Português, clique aqui.) In 2002, Brazil’s left-of-center Workers Party (PT) ascended to the presidency when Lula da Silva won...

Now, in Brazil, the Battle for Democracy is Fought on the...

By Carlos Aznárez / The Dawn News The coup has been consummated. Brazil now joins Honduras and Paraguay in the list of countries that Imperialism...

Dilma Rousseff Calls for Mobilizations to Overturn Coup

Source Telesur / May 12, 2016. TeleSUR’s correspondent said the Brazilian president dissolved her government after the Senate voted to put her on trial. Ousted Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff on...

Brazil: a New Government Takes Over Amongst Instability and Uncertainty

By Pedro Rafael Vilela / Source Agência Brasil / The Dawn News Accused of leading the coup, Temer arrives to power by breaking the democratic...

WikiLeaks: Brazil’s Acting President Michel Temer Is US Diplomatic Informant

By Kit O'Connell Brazil’s acting President Michel Temer arrives to speak, at Planalto presidential palace in Brasilia, Brazil, Thursday, May 12, 2016. SAO PAULO — Brazil’s new acting...

Coup in Brazil

Democracy lost in Brazil By Steven Cohen As expected, the Brazilian Senate voted early Thursday to suspend President Dilma Rousseff and put on her on trial for...

The real reason Dilma Rousseff’s enemies want her impeached

The story of Brazil’s political crisis, and the rapidly changing global perception of it, begins with its national media. The country’s dominant broadcast and print...

Assassinations in Brazil

The oligarchy and the enemies of the people murder peasants in Brazil The Continental Articulation of Social Movements towards the ALBA emphatically condemns the events...

A ‘Silent Coup’ for Brazil?

Brazil and other Latin American progressive governments are on the defensive as U.S.-backed political movements employ “silent coup” tactics to discredit and remove troublesome...