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Brazilian unions protest for Lula and for justice

by em 7 de abril de 2017

Last year’s legislative coup against the democratically-elected President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, was denounced by trade unionists in the country who predicted that the corrupt replacement regime of Michel Temer would launch an attack on the social justice reforms introduced by the Workers’ Party government of Presidents Lula and Dilma. Now the unions are taking their street protests to a new level with a general strike on 28 April, as part of a campaign to ensure that the next Presidential elections in 2018 restore Lula to the Presidency in what would be the fifth consecutive Workers’ Party election victory. It’s that consistent democratic mandate for social justice that motivates the Brazilian business and political elite who ran the country for decades – including a period of military dictatorship – before President Lula first won the presidency in 2003. They know that they cannot secure power by democratic means so they used a corrupt legislature to oust President Dilma, and are

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