Brazil Elections 2018
‘Brazilians are hungry because they have no income, not because of a lack of production’: João Pedro Stedile

For Stedile, large sections of the bourgeoisie have already manifested their deep dissatisfaction with the Bolsonaro government but have not reached a consensus about an alternative

Bolsonaro marches against democracy in Brazil

Far-right Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has called on his supporters to participate in mass mobilizations on September 7, Brazilian Independence Day, amid a continued drop in approval ratings and increased scrutiny from both the legislative and judiciary over his government’s actions.

Sheikh Jarrah families refuse deal with settlers, court defers ruling and other stories

Today we look at the Israeli Supreme Court hearing on the case of 4 families from Sheikh Jarrah, a referendum held in Mexico to decide if former presidents should be investigated, and more

From jurisdiction to a judge’s misconduct: what will clear Lula in corruption cases?

The future of cases against the former president will be decided in Brasilia in the Supreme Court and in two Federal courts

What’s at stake in Brazil’s municipal elections this Sunday

The first elections since Bolsonaro took office are marred by the pandemic and fragmentation within the left

Jessy Dayane: “Bolsonaro has never tried to hide his authoritarian project”

Jessy Dayane discusses the dimensions of the political crisis in Brazil as well as the possible impeachment of President Jair Bolsonaro

Brazil’s Justice Minister quits Bolsonaro govt due to “political interference”

Brazil’s Justice Minister quits Bolsonaro government over alleged “political interference”

Dilma Rousseff: “Torture is about pain and death. They want you to lose your dignity”

Brazil’s ex-president on memory, camaraderie, resistance, and politics 50 years after her political incarceration

2019 ends with Lula’s freedom and Operation Car Wash in tatters

Exposés debased the investigation and case against Lula and a ruling of the Supreme Court led to Lula’s freedom on November 8

Lula returns to North East of Brazil for Free Lula Festival

250,000 people gathered to hear the ex-president who was released from prison on November 8 after spending 580 days unjustly incarcerated

Lula Is Free.

Ana Paula Vargas and Vijay Prashad reflect on the importance of the release of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva from prison and what it means for Brazil and Latin America

Latest developments in the Marielle Franco case and how Bolsonaro could be involved

Scoops, controversies, and threats of authoritarianism marked last week in one of Brazil’s most notorious cases

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