Dilma Rousseff
Humanite fest In France, a celebration of struggles and alternatives

This year’s edition of the Fête de l’Humanité, one of the biggest political and popular events in France, had music, debates, sports, and campaigns which were attended by thousands from France and across the world

Brazil approved more new pesticides in 200 days than European Union did in 8 years

Bolsonaro administration approved 239 substances; pace is so fast that farm lobby stopped pushing “Poison Bill”

“Funds for votes”: Brazil’s lower house passes pension overhaul in first-round vote

Federal representatives deliberate on controversial bill amid protests and political instability

Brazilian court postpones habeas corpus hearing for Lula

The Supreme Court decided on Tuesday to postpone the habeas corpus hearing which requests the disqualification of former judge Sérgio Moro

MST’s Stedile on 30M rallies: “Demonstrations give us energy to hold general strike”

Landless leader spoke with Brasil de Fato about education budget cut protests and called for general strike on Jun. 14

The 2016 coup in Brazil: the door to disaster

In a Brasil de Fato exclusive article, the ex-president looks into the country’s political scenario today

Lula, beyond politics

The losses and injustices that mark the history of a Luiz Inácio who is a father and grandfather

What’s known about the murder of a social leader in northern Brazil

A coordinator of the Movement of People Affected by Dams, her husband, and a friend were killed last week

Brazil’s ex-president Michel Temer arrested

Police executed warrant this morning as part of the ‘Car Wash’ task force; a former minister was also arrested

Bolsonaro inaugurated yesterday as president of Brazil

12 heads of state attended the ceremony as far-right politician takes office in Latin America’s biggest nation

Leftist and progressive leaders address crisis of neoliberalism in Buenos Aires

Left-wing academics and politicians from across the world spoke at the forum, which served as the official opening to the 8th edition of the Latin American and Caribbean Conference of Social Sciences (CLACSO)

Outrage as judge who led legal crusade against Lula appointed as minister of justice

Federal Judge Sergio Moro will serve as the Minister of Justice in Jair Bolsonaro’s government

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