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Brazil

Brazil: working class joins resistance

March 15 was a remarkable day with strikes and protests throughout Brazil. The working class, along with the youth movement, took to the streets on massive demonstrations across the country. Read more...

Brazil after the coup

After the initiation of the impeachment process against President Dilma Roussef of the Workers' Party, PT, by the House of Representatives on 17 April 2016 and its confirmation by the Senate, which t Read more...

'Order and Progress': Brazil after the fall of Dilma

After the final ousting of President Dilma Rousseff on 12 May the new interim, President, Michel Temer, claimed the motto on the State Emblem of Brazil - “order and progress” - would be enforced once Read more...

We have lost a battle but not the war – the struggle goes on!

Gaining more than the necessary two-thirds majority of the 513 deputies in Brazil’s Congress the constitutional coup by the reactionary and corrupt right-wing parties took a major leap forward on the Read more...

Brazil: the Dilma government and the offensive of the Right

After a phase in which populist and Bolivarian movements gained strength and won government office in several Latin American countries, there is now a new development. Read more...

Brazil: A "coup" against the working class

In June 2013, the masses took to the streets of Brazil to protest at increases in fares on public transport. Read more...

Brazil - which tactics towards the reformists?

In the face of recent protests and the general political situation, the Brazilian left faces a dilemma. Read more...

The water crisis in São Paulo

For years we have been reading that water is becoming so scarce on a worldwide scale that in the course of the 21st-century wars could be fought over it. Read more...

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