Brazilian pro-democracy protests continue


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Protests Continue in Brazil Against Temer Regime

24 May 2016

Protests took place in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo in support of Dilma Rousseff.

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24 May 2016

In an exclusive interview with teleSUR, former President and Chief Minister Lula da Silva criticized Temer’s rule as going far beyond his constitutional powers, and explained why the senate’s decision to impeach president Dilma Rousseff constitutes a breach in democratic rule.

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Brazil’s Interim Foreign Minister Confused About His Country’s Name?

24 May 2016

Brazil’s interim Foreign Minister Jose Serra referred to his country as United States of Brazil during an interview with Brazilian TV show ‘Jornal da Noite’. The country is called Federal Republic of Brazil since 1967. Here‘s the original footage.

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