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4 September 2016
Massive clashes erupted on the streets of São Paulo on Sunday, as thousands of people protested against the newly appointed President Michel Temer and decried the Senate vote, 61-20, in favour of removing former leader Dilma Rousseff from office.
By James Tweedie:
Police tear into anti-coup protest in São Paulo
Tuesday 6th September 2016
POLICE attacked protesters in Brazil’s São Paulo on Sunday after they gathered to demonstrate against last week’s legislative coup against former president Dilma Rousseff.
Some 100,000 people had gathered in Brazil’s biggest city in the fifth such protest in the six days since the Workers Party leader was deposed by a senate vote.
They demanded presumptive president Michel Temer resign and for a snap election to replace him.
A similar protest was held on Rio de Janeiro’s Copacabana promenade.
Local media reported that 29 secondary school pupils were arrested before they even arrived at the Sao Paulo rally.
The Public Safety Department claimed a group became violent, destroying turnstiles and throwing stones at riot police.
But metro operating firm ViaQuarto denied that, while an El Pais reporter on the scene said there was no vandalism until the police began to attack the crowd.
Officers then rampaged through the streets outside the station, attacking BBC correspondent Felipe Souza despite him identifying himself as a journalist.
In a video posted on social media, Mr Souza said he suffered blows to his hand, leg, arms, and body.
This 5 September 2016 is about Brazilian police attacking BBC correspondent Felipe Souza.