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05.05.2016

Rousseff foe Cunha suspended by Brazilian high court

Rousseff foe Cunha suspended by Brazilian high court

Eduardo Cunha was about to be second in line to presidency, should President Rousseff be impeached. Now he has been suspended following allegations he tried to block his own corruption probe. The man leading the charge to see President Dilma Rousseff impeached was suspended as the… »

24.04.2016

Brazil’s Rousseff likens impeachment to ‘coup,’ vows to fight back

Brazil’s Rousseff likens impeachment to ‘coup,’ vows to fight back

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said the ongoing impeachment process against her has “all the characteristics of a coup.” She vowed to fight the charges and says that the process will have “serious consequences for the Brazilian political process.” Speaking to reporters in New York on Friday, Rousseff asserted she was… »

19.04.2016

Only the people should be able to keep or bring down Dilma and other politicians elected in Brazil

Only the people should be able to keep or bring down Dilma and other politicians elected in Brazil

They want to bring Dilma down through an impeachment trial decided by federal deputies.  For us, as humanists, politicians don’t represent us.  This form of impeachment in which the people don’t decide is an institutional coup d’état, one power (legislative) brings down another power (executive). For us, the main question… »

19.04.2016

Brazil’s elite move ahead with ‘coup’ as Rousseff impeached by lower house

Brazil’s elite move ahead with ‘coup’ as Rousseff impeached by lower house

Workers’ Party president Dilma Rousseff is not accused of any crimes—while right-wing politicians voting to impeach her are investigated for corruption.  by Nika Knight, staff writer for Common Dreams Brazil’s embattled leftist president Dilma Roussef watched on Sunday as right-wing opponents in congress voted in overwhelming numbers to impeach… »

15.04.2016

Rejection of the parliamentary coup attempt in Brazil

Rejection of the parliamentary coup attempt in Brazil

The Special Legislative Commission of the Congress of the Republic of Brazil has approved the proposal to send the impeachment proceedings to the plenary of the Chamber of Deputies, under the central accusation that the Brazilian President violated fiscal norms, by masking a budget deficit. We consider that this supposed… »

06.04.2016

Brazil, musical impeachments and the Panama Papers

Brazil, musical impeachments and the Panama Papers

Brazilian House Speaker Eduardo Cunha, who is behind the ferocious campaign to impeach President Dilma Rousseff, has himself been found to be under suspicion that he carried out shady deals in the past. He is named in the Panama Papers for receiving bribes linked to offshore companies with links to… »

29.03.2016

It’s not anti-Dilma, or anti-Lula, it’s anti the progress of the Brazilian people

It’s not anti-Dilma, or anti-Lula, it’s anti the progress of the Brazilian people

By Ilka Oliva Corado. The word “people” frightens the business elite, the bourgeoisie and the Latin American middle class, they become uneasy when they hear about the working class, let alone when the impassioned cry of rebellious peasants resounds like the echo of an erupting volcano. Indigenous people have spent… »

25.03.2016

Glenn Greenwald: Is it a coup?

Glenn Greenwald: Is it a coup?

What is happening in Brazil is much worse than Donald Trump   Brazil is facing its worst political crisis in over two decades as opponents of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff attempt to impeach her on corruption charges. But Rousseff is refusing calls to resign, saying the impeachment proceedings against her… »

27.01.2016

Photos from the CELAC summit

Photos from the CELAC summit

As 33 heads of state and their representatives meet in Ecuador, just outside Quito in a town called the Middle of the World (Mitad del Mundo), the world’s press gathers to take photos.  After his efforts at last week’s summit of the rich and famous in Davos, Switzerland, meeting with… »

04.07.2015

Wikileaks report: Bugging Brazil

Wikileaks report: Bugging Brazil

WikiLeaks publishes today, 4 July at 08:00 BRT, a top secret US National Security Agency target list of 29 key Brazilian government phone numbers that were selected for intensive interception. The publication proves that not only President Dilma Rousseff was targeted but also her assistant, her secretary, her chief of… »

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