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There’s Something About the State that Brazilian Neoliberals Hate

At the same moment that the lower chamber of the Brazilian congress was moving ...

Angola Affair: One More Nail on Former Brazil President Lula’s Coffin

Brazilian federal prosecutors in the Federal District filed charges against former president Luiz Inácio ...

Brazil House Approves Constitutional Amendment Limiting Public Spending for 20 Years

Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies on Monday night (October 10) voted 366-111 (with two abstentions) ...

Snowden’s Brazilian Friend in Rio Wins a Seat as a Councilman

Brazilian activist David Miranda, a personal friend of the American whistleblower Edward Snowden, was ...

Lula, Brazil’s Ex-president, One Step Closer to Jail

Brazil’s Supreme Court approved a request to probe former President Luiz Inácio Lula da ...

Brazil President Gets First Win in Congress in Fight to Contain Public Spending

A congressional committee in Brazil approved on Thursday a constitutional amendment that would limit ...

Brazil’s First Lady Heads as a Volunteer the Just-Created Happy Child Program

In her first speech as ambassador of the Criança Feliz (Happy Child) program, Brazil’s ...

Hydra of Lerna: Brazil’s New Anti-Corruption Action Goes After Ministers and Governor

Brazil’s Federal Police officers executed warrants for Operation Hydra of Lerna at the Workers’ ...

Brazil’s New Electoral Rules to Fight Corruption Help the Rich and Evangelical Churches

Brazilians expressed their disenchantment and frustration on Sunday’s municipal elections punishing parties involved in ...