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  1. Those are the second great reports of important politicians trying to interfere in Lava Jato investigation. Brazilian political class must be one of the dirtiest in the world. The first time: Interference on Lava Jato: Delcídio dealt with Dilma the release of Odebrecht says delator http://www.implicante.org/blog/interferencia-na-lava-jato-delcidio-tratou-com-dilma-a-soltura-de-odebrecht-afirma-delator/ Delator says Dilma tried to interfere with on Lava Jato http://www.informativo.com.br/site/noticia/visualizar/id/79290/?Delator-afirma-que-Dilma-tentou-interferir-na-Lava-Jato.html Janot decides to ask the Supreme Court to ope investigation against Dilma for obstructing on Lava Jato http://politica.estadao.com.br/noticias/geral,janot-decide-pedir-para-stf-abrir-inquerito-contra-dilma-por-obstruir-a-lava-jato,10000048915 And now this: In recorded conversations, Jucá talks on pact to halt advancement of Lava Jato http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/poder/2016/05/1774018-em-dialogos-gravados-juca-fala-em-pacto-para-deter-avanco-da-lava-jato.shtml Romero Jucá should be removed from office immediately. This government shouldn't follow Dilma's examples in keeping ministers no matter how many accusation they had, otherwise it will fall as well.
  2. For those who said that the opposition wanted a military coup LOL PT irritates the Army The army commander, Gen. Eduardo Villas Boas, reacted angrily to the resolution of PT National Directory on current situation, approved last Tuesday, in which the party amid criticism of its own performance and of Dilma's government, included a " mea culpa "for not having taken advantage of his 13 years in power for two measures relating to the armed forces: modify the curriculum of military academies and promote officers with "democratic and nationalist commitment. " "With this sort of thing, they are planting a strong anti-petismo in the Army," said the commander of the State, considering that the terms of Resolution PT - not just to the military forces - "refer to the 1960 and 1970" and have a 'Bolivarian' tone, that is, similar to that used by Hugo Chavez regimes and now Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela and also in other countries of South America, such as Bolivia and Ecuador. According to General Villas Boas, the Army, and Navy and Air Force, go through all this time of crisis strictly fulfilling its constitutional and professional role without manifest much less without trying to interfere in the political life of the country. He expects at least reciprocity. Besides him, officers of senior officers said they were incensed against the resolution of PT. [...] http://politica.estadao.com.br/blogs/eliane-cantanhede/pt-irrita-exercito/
  3. For editor chief of 'Foreign Policy', version of the 'coup' didn't catch abroad Barack Obama and world leaders are waiting to see if the government of interim president Michel Temer "really will be in charge for some time" and has the "support and confidence" of the Brazilian people. It is what thinks the publisher and chief editor of the American magazine "Foreign Policy", David Rothkopf, 60. [...] For him, the idea that there was coup in Brazil "did not catcht" abroad and that for many, the removal of President Dilma Rousseff "did not seem unfair." http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/poder/2016/05/1773766-para-editor-chefe-da-foreign-policy-versao-de-golpe-nao-pegou-no-exterior.shtml
  4. The tides are well above average this year in Rio, some beaches have even disappeared in storm days. But the arena is being built in a secure/higher zone of the sand line. Arpoador beach in the end of April: Source Source Constantly zones of low pressure and a lot of instability in the Atlantic (high seas) have been causing rough sea. This autumn is being particularly mild (for Brazilian standarts) in Brazil due to that. It's the coldest autumn in almost a decade with constant incursion of moderate polar air masses. Here's an article about this: 2016 Rio Olympics should be marked by rough seas, says oceanographer The year 2016 should be marked by rough seas in Rio. And the phenomenon may be even more frequent in winter when the Olympics will happen in Rio. The information is from the oceanographer David Zee. According to him, while in summer cold fronts occurred at intervals eight to nine days, in the winter they must now occur every four or five days, bringing together rough seas. [...] According to him, in two sites after the analysis was made, a new planning of areas to be occupied in the sand was elaborated. In addition, the Committee also has a number of contingency measures that can be adopted in case of stronger storms. - Analyzes were also made close to beaches, where stands will be installed. They (committee members) had all this concern - said Zee. http://extra.globo.com/noticias/rio/olimpiadas-rio-2016-devem-ser-marcadas-por-ressacas-diz-oceanografo-19185176.html
  5. Good points, guys lol More: Meirelles said Brazil's economy is worse than he expected BRASILIA - The Minister of Finance of Brazil, Henrique Meirelles, said that the economy is in worse shape than he anticipated when he joined the government a week ago. "In numbers I see a worse situation than I expected," he said in an interview in Brasilia, referring mostly to the federal budget. [...] http://www.valor.com.br/brasil/4572111/meirelles-diz-que-economia-brasileira-esta-pior-do-que-ele-esperava It seems that the new government brought a little more hope. Banks reviewing up their perspectives for Brazilian GDP 2017: Itaú: from +0.3% to +1.0%; Bank of America Merrill Lynch: from +0.8% to +1.5%; Credit Suisse: from -0.5% to +1.0% Source: http://www.financista.com.br/noticias/economistas-avaliam-que-economia-ja-chegou-ao-fundo-do-poco
  6. More of Dilma's Inheritance: Government announces that deficit will be of R$ 170 billion Releasing the new fiscal target, ministers Romero Juca and Henrique Meirelles made indirect criticism to the discontrol of Dilma's government Ministers Henrique Meirelles, from the Finances, and Romero Juca, from the Planning, said on this Friday, the fiscal deficit this year should be around R $ 170.5 billion. In practical terms, it means that this value is the difference between what the country will spend and what it must must earn. If confirmed it will be the largest hole of the series of public accounts, an extremely severe result. [...] http://epoca.globo.com/tempo/noticia/2016/05/o-rombo-e-de-r-170-bilhoes.html Measures announced by Meirelles are positive, says IMF The International Monetary Fund praised the first measures announced by the Finance Minister, Henrique Meirelles, and reiterated the need to quickly implement macroeconomic reforms. http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/mercado/2016/05/1772959-medidas-anunciadas-por-meirelles-sao-positivas-diz-fmi.shtml There are rumours that Temer decided to give again the status of ministry to the Ministry of Culture, I hope he at least keeps reducing expenditures and stop giving money to bloggers and rich artists. The current deficit in the sector is of R$ 250 million.
  7. Probably the main Workers' Party state governor: PGR denounces Fernando Pimentel, governor of Minas Gerais, to the Superior Court of Justice Complaint was based on facts of the time when the governor was minister of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade, of Dilma's government. The General's Attorney Office denounced the governor of Minas Gerais, Fernando Pimentel, from the PT, to the STJ (Superior Court of Justice) for passive corruption and money laundering. http://g1.globo.com/jornal-da-globo/noticia/2016/05/pgr-denuncia-fernando-pimentel-governador-de-minas-gerais-ao-stj.html
  8. El País For the US and Germany, impeachment follows legal procedures in Brazil At the OAS, US representative says that process respected institutions Even Rousseff will have to explain to the Supreme why she calls "coup" The clash between supporters of Dilma Rousseff and impeachment advocates about whether the process of removal or not "coup" was moved to diplomatic spheres abroad. A week after Dilma be was removed by the Senate, the OAS (Organization of American States) was the stage for the US, Argentina and Paraguay to confront the visions of Bolivia and Venezuela. For the first time, an American diplomat was less formal and cautious about the Brazilian crisis. The US acting ambassador, Michael Fitzpatrick, said that "what is happening in Brazil was made following the legal procedure and respecting democracy." [...] http://brasil.elpais.com/brasil/2016/05/19/politica/1463679369_944371.html US and Germany discard the affirmation that there is a coup in Brazil American diplomat and the German government spokesmen claim that impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff goes according to the Constitution,highlighting the strength of Brazilian democracy. [...] http://noticias.terra.com.br/brasil/eua-e-alemanha-descartam-que-haja-golpe-no-brasil,db399aeb2725765a2aea250c3ec259d93t81086x.html
  9. ^This much: Ancine allowed Aquarius to get R$ 2.9 million from public money just before Rousseff's impeachment https://lucianoayan.com/2016/05/18/ancine-autorizou-aquarius-a-captar-r-29-milhoes-pouco-antes-do-impeachment-de-dilma/?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=Postcron.com
  10. LOL Supreme Court: Dilma is notified to explain why she calls the Impeachment a 'coup' Minister Rosa Weber, of the Supreme Court (STF), ruled on Wednesday (18) that removed President Dilma Rousseff is notified aboutjudicial intervention proposed by deputies who question the fact that the president classify the impeachment process "coup". In the order, the Minister granted within ten days for Dilma to manifest about. http://www.jcnet.com.br/Nacional/2016/05/stf-dilma-e-notificada-para-explicar-por-que-chama-impeachment-de-golpe.html
  11. USA in the OAS: there's no coup of any kind in Brazil The US mission to the Organization of American States (OAS) said on Wednesday that in Brazil there is not a "soft" coup because there is "a clear respect for democratic institutions," something "that does not seem to be the case in Venezuela". "We don't think it's a soft coup or anything like that. "What happened in Brazil was made following the constitutional legal process and respecting full democracy", said today to Efe Agency, the US acting representative to the OAS, Michael Fitzpatrick, at the end of the Permanent Council. [...] http://noticias.terra.com.br/brasil/politica/impeachment/eua-dizem-na-oea-que-nao-ha-golpe-de-estado-de-nenhum-tipo-no-brasil,aff1a77a76db61309c132ca03df20839svyjpy52.html Your time is coming, Lula Moro said that Dirceu was not the 'commander of the criminal group' In condemning former Chief of Staff to 23 years and three months in prison for corruption, money laundering and criminal organization, the Lava Jato judge leaves a blank space to the leader of the bribery scheme installed in Petrobras between 2004 and 2014 http://politica.estadao.com.br/blogs/fausto-macedo/moro-afirma-que-dirceu-nao-era-o-comandante-do-grupo-criminoso/ Cannes artists lol Ancine allowed Aquarius to get R$ 2.9 million from public money just before Rousseff's impeachment https://lucianoayan.com/2016/05/18/ancine-autorizou-aquarius-a-captar-r-29-milhoes-pouco-antes-do-impeachment-de-dilma/?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=Postcron.com
  12. That won't happen. The imaginative "coup" is a delirium of a very small group of people manipulated and beneficiary of PT's government. That's the only way Dilma found to try to defend herself of the many accusations herself and her party are facing. All legal procedures are being followed and the Impeachment has the support of most of the population.
  13. Lula acted to get Nestor Cerveró's silence, says accusation in the PGR Complete article: http://g1.globo.com/politica/operacao-lava-jato/noticia/2016/05/lula-atuou-para-obter-silencio-de-nestor-cervero-diz-denuncia-da-pgr.html José Serra says that foreign policy will be detached from partidary policy New Foreign Affairs Minister took office on Wednesday (18). Serra said that the ministry will have a central position in the government. Complete article: http://g1.globo.com/jornal-nacional/noticia/2016/05/jose-serra-afirma-que-politica-externa-vai-ser-desvinculada-da-partidaria.html
  14. New secretary of Human Rights supports decriminalization of abortion Flavia Piovesan said she has assurances that she will fight against homophobia The secretary of Human Rights, Flavia Piovesan - Marcos Alves / Agência O Globo / 1-8-2014 Complete article: http://oglobo.globo.com/brasil/nova-secretaria-de-direitos-humanos-defende-descriminalizacao-do-aborto-19333586?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=O%20Globo
  15. Former Brazil presidential chief of staff sentenced to 23 years for corruption - José Dirceu worked for former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva - Dirceu guilty of role in vast bribery scandal at Petrobras oil company José Dirceu, former chief of staff to the former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, is escorted to federal police headquarters in Curitiba in August. Photograph: Hedeson Alves/EPA A one-time chief of staff for the former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was sentenced to 23 years in prison on Wednesday for corruption, money-laundering and conspiracy in a vast bribery scandal at the state-run oil company. José Dirceu, a top powerbroker in the leftist Workers’ party that governed Brazil from 2003 until last week, had previously been sentenced separately by the supreme court to over 10 years in prison for running a congressional vote-buying operation. “Not even a conviction by the country’s highest court could inhibit criminal relapse,” federal judge Sérgio Moro wrote in his sentencing decision, noting that Dirceu had been taking part in the bribery scheme even after he was convicted for vote-buying. Moro is overseeing the investigation of state-run Petróleo Brasileiro SA, commonly known as Petrobras. The corruption investigation, Brazil’s biggest ever, has led to the imprisonment of business executives and veteran politicians, contributed to its worst recession in decades and stirred public outrage that fanned an impeachment process against President Dilma Rousseff. [...] http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/may/18/brazil-corruption-petrobras-jose-dirceu-sentenced-23-years
  16. Stop being childish and disrespectful. I'm not linking competence to skin color. You are the one judging people by their skin color. Btw, I wouldn't call some of those ministers "white', many of them are of mixed race just like almost a half of the Brazilian population. But when it's convenient, the brazilian governist left just calls someone white. I won't be discussing any issue with you anymore. Be happy with your imaginative 'coup' and your beloved criminals.
  17. A government must be have capacitated people to be efficient. Meanwhile, there are some people are fixed on sex or skin color. Indignation is very selective in some people, whilst the country has its economy falling apart with 11 million of unemployed people, the only target of indignation is the skin color and sex of the ministers or the incorporation of the Ministry of Culture into the MEC. In fact, I hope his government succeeds in reverting the crisis. So far, his proposals and acts as president have been satisfactory.
  18. Happy wouldn't be the right word. I don't like Temer and I didn't vote for him, people like you did. I'm just glad that the constitution is being respected since one of the crimes that the president is being accused is Fiscal Irresponsability and she will be judged for that. And about the incorporation of Ministry of Culture back to the MEC, I think that was right choice since we need economic reforms, expenditures cuts and we don't need rich artists and bloggers being paid with public money to defend ANY government. I wouldn't fear much about your allegedly 'Temer plans to roll back years of gains for Brazilian cultural diversity and the promotion of human rights'. Brazil is one of the few countries in the world that recognize same sex marriage in all national territory and many other aspects of individual freedom that I'm completely in favor. All LGBT rights are guaranteed by the Constituion and the Supreme Court (just like the Impeachment), so it can't be changed. In fact, Temer's groups presented hundreds of pages with economic and social proposals and not even a single line is about conservative policies related to LGBT groups. Another interesting fact (just an example) is that the current Minister of Foreign Affairs, José Serra, is well known in Brazil for being the creator of an innovative program of free distribution of anti-HIV medicines giving appropriate treatment against HIV when homossexuals were the most affected group and nobody cared about (20 years ago).
  19. Pure Blablabla. Here I quote again the BRAZILIAN Constitution: http://www.planalto.gov.br/ccivil_03/leis/L1079.htm
  20. Btw, the Ministries of Culture, Women, Human Rights, Racial Equality and Youth were no extinct, they were incorporated. Also, the Ministry Racial Equality and Women had already been merged by Dilma on one only thing, the Ministry of Citizenship, which is now being incorporated into the Ministry of Justice. While the Ministry of Culture is back to the MEC, as ever it was, by the way, MEC = Ministry of Education and Culture. *not extinct
  21. The ministries cut was needed due to expenditure cuts needed to the attempt of reverting the crisis. Then, there were 39 ministeries that were used simply to PT governement accomodate and give money to its basis, raising even more unecessary expents. The blogs and websites that PT used paid to defend Dilma's government are mad, Temer has cut their money lol I repudiate the fact of 3 ministers of Temer's governement are being investigated in Lave Jato, but it's super funny how selective is the indignation of "Petistas" (PT governement 'supporters), it was alright when 21 (yes, more than half) of Dilma's ministers were target of investigation in Lava Jato operations.
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