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Brazil, a crisis of representation

“It was, is, a political earthquake. Suddenly, on 17 June 2013, more than 150,000 people appeared on the streets to protest in eleven major Brazilian cities. The day will be remembered as the biggest political demonstration in the country since 1992, when the young cara pintadas (“painted-faces”) pushed for the impeachment of the president, Fernando Collor de Mello.”

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Por Arthur Ituassu


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