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Brazil Worried International NGO’s Want to Take Over the Amazon

The 10th National Conference of State Legislatures, which began in Brazil Wednesday, May 17, and runs through Friday, May 19, will debate denunciations that the Amazon is being internationalized.

State deputies from various regions in Brazil and experts on the Amazon are gathered in Manaus, in the state of Amazonas, for the event, which is sponsored by the National Union of State Legislatures (UNALE).

At the end of the encounter, the participants intend to draft the Letter from Manaus, which will be delivered to the candidates in this year’s presidential race.

During the conference the military commander of the Amazon region, general Cláudio Barbosa Figueiredo, will give a talk entitled "Amazônia – Patrimony of Brazil," in which he will warn of the foreign intervention risks the country faces.

According to UNALE president, José Távora, the choice of Manaus to host the conference was a strategic one for raising the issue of the risk of the region’s internationalization.

"Among the wealth of topics of vital interest to state legislatures, we want to discuss the national security of one of the states with the greatest resource endowments in the country and question the purpose of the presence of 3,600 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the region," he affirmed.

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  • jana predeepa

    we want to help

  • Guest

    \Listen this is not bullshit you need a history lison the us got land from mexico the same way
    and a nother thing whites in america dont let brone people live in thir by thir forist they push brone people back to the geto so y should they be alowed to live in the amazon I hade a job in the U P of michigan and whites found and reason to fire me from my job. they did not like the fact that I was living somewhere nice. so if I can’t live thir forners should not be alowed to live in the amazon.

  • Guest

    the amazon is ours
    we will see the last tree fallingh down before give the rule of amoazon to foreigners.wi this people dont plant a tree?whi they look from our land?we only have the amazon because we not destroy ,and tyhe people of the world is like whoo spend all the resources and now look for ours,the amazon is BRASILEIRA and wer will defend all of our territory i want the ngos out of my country

  • Guest

    Listen, this is so much bullshit that its not even funny. The international community is well aware, and recognizes the amazon belongs to brazil, and has no intentions whatsoever of partaking in any activity in the amazon without the blessing of the brazilian government.

    It’s just a shame that left to their own devices, the corrupt political machine in brazil will see that the amazon gets wiped out in the next 50-100 years….and the world will suffer for their corruption/ignorance.

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