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Millions of brazilians take the streets demanding for political reforms
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Dear players,

Hundreds of thousands of protesters have taken Brazilian major cities streets in recent days demanding improvements in public services, corruption coming to an end and statutory audits for World Cup.
Protests started when a popular group called FFM (Free Fare Movement) -
controlled and financed by the government - reportedly took the streets to protest against a R$0.20 (~$0.10 USD) cents rise in the bus tickets price.
The protest was actually a ploy by the federal government to weaken São Paulo governor, Geraldo Alckmin (PSDB), his main opponent in the 2014 presidential elections.
What the government did not expect was that the brazilian people would adhere to the protests, demanding their rights, complaining against gigantic corruption promoted by Dilma Rousseff government - Brazil is one of the most corrupt countries in the world (worst than Cuba, Turkey and Middle Orient countries and closer to China and other South African countries claims the global ranking of corruption).
As the Brazilian nation is taken by a feeling of rebellion and indignation and fighting for political reforms, we are too.
Brazilian people have our full support and solidarity.

Take five minutes to watch this video and share it with your friends. No matter if you are Brazilian or not.
Everyone needs to know what is happening in Brazil.




After all, releasing from any oppressive regime comes first with problem awareness, and then fighting. Currently there is no greater weapon than large social networks mobilization.


WHAT DOES THE WORLD SAY?

NEW YORK TIMES (USA) - Sweeping Protests in Brazil Pull In an Array of Grievances

THE GUARDIAN (UK)- Brazil protests: president to hold emergency meeting

AL JAZEERA (Qatar) - More than one million join Brazil protests

EL PAIS (Spain) - Brasil vive la mayor protesta pese a la retirada del alza del transporte

LE MONDE (France) - Un million de Brésiliens dans la rue, un manifestant tué

CLARÍN (Argentina) - Violentos choques al cierre de un histórico día de protestas

BBC (UK) - Dilma Rousseff summons Brazil cabinet over protests

Reuters (UK) - Brazil's president grasps for answer to protests, violence



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#ForaDilma

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