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  1. PMDB is currently estimating around 380 in favor of the impeachment. https://twitter.com/diegoescosteguy/status/720073021390778370
  2. ^Just updating once again: In Favor: 306 Undecided: 82 Against: 125 One more important party left the government today: PP announces majority against Dilma and leaves the government http://veja.abril.com.br/noticia/brasil/pp-anuncia-maioria-contra-dilma-e-desembarca-do-governo
  3. The "D" day will be Sunday, when the Impeachment will be voted in the Chamber of Deputies. If approved, the Senate will vote (where it is almost certain that it will be approved), if approved in the Senate, Dilma will leave the presidency for a period of 180 days. The chamber is composed by 513 deputies. To approve the impeachment 342 votes are needed. This the current state of the votes: In Favor: 298 (+44 votes needed) Against: 120 (+52 votes needed) Today, markets got very excited with the higher possibility of the impeachment. Dollar has fallen a lot and Ibovespa stayed stable. Dollar - US$ 1 = R$ 3,49 (-2,83%) - Lowest level in 7 months
  4. Rodrigo Janot recommends cancellation of Lula's nomination Chief of Staff Ministry Provisory measure asks the Supreme annulling the appointment signed by Dilma Rousseff. Janot also suggested that the president has committed a crime. http://g1.globo.com/hora1/noticia/2016/04/rodrigo-janot-recomenda-anulacao-da-posse-de-lula-na-casa-civil.html New Delation of Andrade Gutierrez, a construction company hired by the governement: Bribes fueled Dilma's 2014 political campaign, says Andrade Gutierrez http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/poder/2016/04/1758307-propina-abasteceu-campanha-de-dilma-de-2014-diz-andrade-gutierrez.shtml Bribes in Belo Monte costed R$ 150 million, says Andrade Gutierrez http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/poder/2016/04/1758468-propina-de-belo-monte-foi-de-r-150-milhoes-diz-andrade-gutierrez.shtml Belo Monte Dam is being built by companies hired by the federal government in my hometown: Source Source
  5. Lambada is indeed brazilian. It was originated around the 80s in my state.
  6. Janaína Paschoal is a great woman. She is a law university teacher and one of the authors of the Impeachment request. Her speeches are very good. During this speech she was referring to Lula's speech when he called himself a "jararaca" (brazilian venomous snake). That was during an act yesterday at Largo São Francisco (at USP, the best Latin American university) that brought together more than 1,000 lawyers and jurists in favor of the impeachment.
  7. And that's what the government does: Guilherme Boulos, from MTST, received aid and daily payment from the federal government Guilherme Boulos, the head of MTST that travels through the country promising to make a hell in case of impeachment, is also a beneficiary of MEC. He received financial aid, according to the Siafi of R$ 24,000 in the last 16 months. And an additional R$ 3,800 in daily payment and passages from the Presidency and Ministry of Culture. http://reaconaria.org/blog/reacablog/gulherme-boulos-do-mtst-recebeu-auxilio-e-diarias-do-governo-federal/
  8. Arrested and negotiating positions Still under domiciliary arrest due to corruption during Mensalão Scandal, Valdemar Costa Neto is the main interlocutor of the government in negotiating the change in positions of the government in exchange of PR votes against impeachment. http://blogs.oglobo.globo.com/lauro-jardim/post/preso-e-negociando-cargos.html The New York Times cover:
  9. A video that has gone viral in some social medias in Brazil today: The leader of the government, Deputy José Guimarães (famous because of "Dollar in the Underwear" scandal) was received with protests in Fortaleza airport. He pushed and knocked down a woman and ran away.
  10. Veja traditionally makes caricatures of many politicians. When Dilma e Lula were elected they also had special covers showing proposals and good perspectives for their governments. FHC was also criticized by Veja during his government. Btw, the 1st cover is related to the confessions of Dilma's staff about her deplorable and humiliating behavior against them. The 2nd is a reference of Lula's speech when he said he was a "jararaca" (venomous brazilian snake) and the justice hadn't stepped over his head but instead over the "tail". About the video of Porta dos Fundos YouTube channel, it was very expected. They are one of the greatest beneficiaries of Rouanet Law, a law that uses public money to finance artists in exchange of supporting the government. Typical socialist/populist propaganda. "Porta dos Fundos" is authorized to receive R$ 7.5 million to movie via Rouanet Law http://rd1.ig.com.br/porta-dos-fundos-e-autorizado-a-captar-r-7-5-milhoes-para-filme/ Some of the speechess of the leaders of groups that support the government: Vagner Freitas (CUT): "We will go entrenched to the the street with guns in hands if they knock down Dilma" Mauro Iasi (Communist Party of Brazil): "A good wall, a good shotgun, a good bullet, a good shovel and a good grave" Guilherme Boulos (MTST - accused to be terrorist group): "There will be no peace. This country will be set on fire with strikes, occupations, mobilizations and lockuops" Aristídes dos Santos (CONTAG): "We will occupy their cabinets and also their properties if they knock down president Dilma" The last one caused a lot of controversy since the speech was made during an official event of the federal government where Dilma was present. "More love, less hate" Btw, Porta dos Fundos had a massive reduction of subscribers today in reaction to that video.
  11. Syndicate of Santa Catarina promised R$ 300 to pro-government protesters http://veja.abril.com.br/noticia/brasil/sindicato-de-sc-promete-r-300-a-manifestantes-favoraveis-ao-pt
  12. Dilma Rousseff is on top of most disappointing leaders of Fortune Magazine http://noticias.uol.com.br/politica/ultimas-noticias/2016/04/01/dilma-esta-no-topo-de-lideres-decepcionantes-em-votacao-da-revista-fortune.htm Currently: http://fortune.com/2016/03/30/rank-most-disappointing-leaders/
  13. Some news of the day: Celso Daniel was a member of the Worker's Party and mayor of Santo André (SP) that was involved in corruption cases back in 2002, during Lula's campaing. He was murdered and there are strong suspects that his assassination was a crime with politcal causes. The 27th phase of Lava Jato started today. Celso Daniel's brother accuses PT of covering up the crime and says that Lava Jato could solve the case http://politica.estadao.com.br/noticias/geral,irmao-de-celso-daniel-acusa-pt-de-tentar-abafar-crime-e-diz-que-lava-jato-pode-esclarecer-caso,10000024286 Dilma was once againd dennounced for the crime of administrative dishonesty. She's being accused of offering government positions in exchange of votes against her impeachment: http://www.em.com.br/app/noticia/politica/2016/03/31/interna_politica,748941/senadores-pedem-na-pgr-perda-de-funcao-publica-de-dilma-e-jaques-wagne.shtml She's offering positions mainly to PP, the party with the biggest number of accusation in Petrolão scandal. This party is also the successor of ARENA Party, the party that sustained the Military Dictatorship. Government is offering ministries that were with the PMDB One day after the breakup of the PMDB with the government, the staff of president Dilma Rousseff began offering ministries that were in the hands of PMDB to parties like the PP and PR in an attempt to get votes in these captions and block the opening of a process impeachment in the Chamber of Deputies. [...] http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/poder/2016/03/1755863-governo-faz-varejao-de-pastas-que-eram-do-pmdb.shtml In the middle of the zika outbreak, government wants to deliver the Ministry of Health to a Civil Engineer http://veja.abril.com.br/noticia/brasil/em-meio-a-surto-de-zika-governo-quer-entregar-ministerio-da-saude-para-engenheiro-civil-confira-outros-nomes Leia Mais:http://politica.estadao.com.br/noticias/geral,irmao-de-celso-daniel-acusa-pt-de-tentar-abafar-crime-e-diz-que-lava-jato-pode-esclarecer-caso,10000024286 Assine o Estadão All Digital + Impresso todos os dias Siga @Estadao no Twitter
  14. The portuguese protesting should take her and her gang to them if they really like her so much lol Great support of Dilma. Law students from the traditionally socialist/communist/anti american universities lol Look at the level of the speeches during USP demonstrations hahaha "Moro is serving two objectives: deliver the oil of the pre-salt layer to american companies and weaken Mercosul" http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/poder/2016/03/1755446-intelectuais-e-movimentos-sociais-fazem-ato-contra-impeachment-na-usp.shtml By the way, USP also has pro impeachment groups. Their demonstrations will be next friday: http://politica.estadao.com.br/blogs/fausto-macedo/grupo-de-alunos-e-ex-alunos-da-faculdade-de-direito-da-usp-convoca-ato-pro-impeachment/ Istoé magazine released last thursday a nice compilation of the crimes commited by Dilma. Here's little part of the article: The 7 crimes of Dilma 1 - CRIME OF RESPONSIBILITY, with no less than FOUR episodes of obstruction of justice. Legal provision: section 5 of Article 6 of Law 1,079 / 1950; 2 - DISOBEDIENCE CRIME, since it was published in the Official Gazette Lula's nomination, even though it was suspended by the judiciary. Legal provision: Article 359 of the Penal Code; 3 - ROBBERY, according Ricardo Pessoa' delation, from UTC, there were extortionate threats to force donations to PT in 2014. Legal provision: Article 158 of the Penal Code; 4 - ELECTORAL CRIME for abuse of economic power and slush fund. Legal provision: Article 237 of the Electoral Code; 5 - CRIME OF FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY, because of the "pedaladas fiscais" and unnumbered decrees. Legal provision: articles 10 and 11, inc. III, of Law 1,079 / 1950; 6 - IDENTITY THEFT, to hide in the election year, lying about the real economic situation of the country, which was already in crisis. Legal provision: Article 299 of the Penal Code; 7 - IMPROPER CONDUCT, by using the apparatus of government in a visit of political-partisan nature to Lula. Legal provision: Article 11 of Law No. 8.429 / 1992. Complete Article: http://www.istoe.com.br/reportagens/449533_OS+7+CRIMES+DE+DILMA
  15. Cauê's posts are so false, blind and/or manipulated that make me feel sick. Anyways, in the real world: Brazil president closer to impeachment as coalition partner quits Dilma Rousseff’s hopes of seeing out her four-year term took a major hit when the PMDB voted to leave the governing alliance: ‘This is her D-Day’ says analyst President Dilma Rousseff's hopes of seeing out her term of office have received a potentially fatal blow after the biggest party in the Brazilian congress voted to abandon her ruling coalition. The vote by the Brazilian Democratic Movement party (or PMDB) could trigger a defection from Rousseff’s coalition by other smaller parties, and greatly increase the prospect that she will lose an impeachment vote in the lower house next month and be suspended from office. To cries of “Workers party out!” and “Onward Brazil!”, PMDB leaders announced their decision to break up the coalition. All six remaining ministers in the cabinet will resign by 12 April. “We’re going to try to change the country. The economic and social crisis is very serious,” senator Romero Juca, the PMDB’s first vice-president, told a party meeting in the capital Brasilia. Rousseff now leads a fragile minority government. Senior officials in the governing Workers party insist the president can still be saved from what they say is a coup attempt against an elected leader who still has more than half of her four-year mandate to serve. But their efforts to shore up support look increasingly desperate after the PMDB – which has 68 of the 513 seats in the lower house – decided to leave an alliance that has propped up the government for more than 13 years. David Fleischer, political science professor at the University of Brasília, said the defection would create a domino effect that is likely to topple Rousseff. “This is her D-Day,” he said. “[Now the PMDB has left] the possibility of her impeachment increases to 90%.” The president’s opponents will now have an increased majority on the impeachment committee which could give the go-ahead for a full congressional vote, most likely on 17 April, Fleischer said. [...] http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/mar/29/brazil-president-dilma-rousseff-closer-impeachment-coalition-partner-quits
  16. OAB (Organization of Brazil's Lawyers) formalizes new request for Dilma's impeachment http://veja.abril.com.br/noticia/brasil/oab-oficializa-novo-pedido-de-impeachment-de-dilma?DSdsadasda Temer tells Lula that PMBD will abandon the government http://noticias.r7.com/brasil/temer-diz-a-lula-que-pmdb-esta-fora-do-governo-28032016 PMDB is the biggest ally of Dilma's government. Janot points 'unusual circumstances' with Lula as minister and 'unusual activity' of Dilma http://politica.estadao.com.br/blogs/fausto-macedo/janot-aponta-circunstancias-anormais-de-lula-ministro-e-atuacao-inusual-de-dilma/ Rodrigo Janot = Prosecutor General of Brazil "Impeachment is not coup", says Barroso, Supreme Court minister http://veja.abril.com.br/noticia/brasil/impeachment-nao-e-golpe-afirma-barroso-do-stf Minister of the Supreme Court (Celso de Mello) says that Impeachment is not coup http://noticias.r7.com/brasil/ministro-do-stf-afirma-que-impeachment-nao-e-golpe-26032016 Impeachment is not coup, says ex minister of the Supreme Court, Carlos Ayres Britto http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/poder/2016/03/1753516-impeachment-nao-e-golpe-diz-ex-ministro-do-stf-carlos-ayres-britto.shtml
  17. One of the leaders of the movements against PT is murdered in Guarulhos The criminal lawyer Leandro Balcone, 35, was shot and stabbed, on Tuesday (22), in his office in the municipality of Guarulhos, SP. The death of the lawyer worried MBL and the Workers' Party, which issued official notes after the murder. Balcone was activist opposed to the government of Dilma Rousseff. "It is with great sadness that we received the news of the death of Leandro Balcone. Balcone was a fellow soldier in this town, and is a great loss in this journey, "said a part of the Brazil Free Movement note. Coincidence? In the same week, the plane where was the businessman Roger Agnelli, former president of the mining company Vale, died in the crash of the single-engine plane of its ownership in a residence in Casa Verde, North Zone of Sao Paulo. [...] In addition to chairing Vale, Agnelli joined the board of directors of large Brazilian companies such as Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (CSN), Companhia Paulista de Forca e Luz (CPFL), Latasa, Suzano and Petrobras. Agnelli joined the Petrobras Council at the beginning of the first term of President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, and left in 2007. Whereas Agnelli left the presidency of the Valley after much own government pressure, many believe that he was very much against the administration of PT and could represent an aid to investigations of Lava Jato. Social networks spread discussions of all kinds and origins wondering if the two deaths have some kind of connection. http://institutolibertare.com.br/lider-do-movimento-contra-pt-e-assassinado-em-guarulhos/
  18. 'Fortune" puts Sérgio Moro as one of the greatest world leaders The american magazine "Fortune", included Sérgio Moro among the most capable leaders to transform the world. The publication says the Moro, responsible for Lava Jato investigations, leads a case that has been putting in the past "the long endemy of corruption in Latin America". The judge is the number 13 in the list. Close to him, there are names such as Pope Francis, Angela Merkel and the argentine president Maurício Macri. More: http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/poder/2016/03/1753769-revista-fortune-coloca-sergio-moro-como-um-dos-grandes-lideres-mundiais.shtml The New York Times Brazil’s Political Crisis Deepens President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil is fighting for political survival as calls for her impeachment grow louder amid a widening corruption investigation and a tanking economy. Astonishingly, however, she appears to have felt she had political capital to spare last week when she appointed her predecessor and political mentor, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, to be chief of staff, a move that largely shields him, for now, from prosecution in the corruption scandal involving his ties to giant construction companies. Ms. Rousseff’s explanation was tone deaf and ridiculous. She characterized the appointment as an opportunity to bring back to the government a maverick politician and talented negotiator to help Brazil contend with an assortment of crises, including the spread of the Zika virus. [...] More: http://www.nytimes.c...is-deepens.html
  19. Lava Jato respects strictly the Constitution says Carmen Lucia http://www.valor.com.br/politica/4496528/lava-jato-respeita-%3Frigorosamente%3F-constituicao-diz-carmen-lucia Impeachment is a process provided in the Constitution, says Supreme Court ministers Ministers of the Supreme Court reacted to the statements of President Dilma Rousseff that the impeachment is attempted coup http://g1.globo.com/bom-dia-brasil/noticia/2016/03/impeachment-e-processo-previsto-na-constituicao-dizem-ministros-do-stf.html New York Times Brazil’s Political Crisis DeepensPresident Dilma Rousseff of Brazil is fighting for political survival as calls for her impeachment grow louder amid a widening corruption investigation and a tanking economy. Astonishingly, however, she appears to have felt she had political capital to spare last week when she appointed her predecessor and political mentor, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, to be chief of staff, a move that largely shields him, for now, from prosecution in the corruption scandal involving his ties to giant construction companies. Ms. Rousseff’s explanation was tone deaf and ridiculous. She characterized the appointment as an opportunity to bring back to the government a maverick politician and talented negotiator to help Brazil contend with an assortment of crises, including the spread of the Zika virus. [...] More: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/19/opinion/brazils-political-crisis-deepens.html
  20. This can be considered a coup: Supreme Court Minister Teori Zavascki takes proceedings against Lula from the hands of Judge Sergio Moro http://g1.globo.com/politica/operacao-lava-jato/noticia/2016/03/teori-determina-que-moro-envie-investigacao-sobre-lula-para-o-stf.html It's unconstitutional, since as Lula is not someone with privileged forum (as he is not a minister), he can not be investigated by the Supreme Court.
  21. Based on what you are saying that? I have enough self-esteem and I don't need to lie to anyone, even more in an international forum. Stop being obsessed with me.
  22. Brasília tonight: "Lula in jail" "Impeachment" on Planalto Palace walls
  23. You got it all wrong about the protests against the government. People don't want any coup. Military coup is not an alternative and everybody hates that idea, with very few exception like 5 people in 1 million people crowds. All the protests against the government want Dilma to resign or be impeached, a practice completely based on our Constitution when the president commits crimes, therefore completely legal and democratic. Those are nonpartisan protests and completely organized (or not organized, like the spontaneous protests of last wednesday) by groups with no connections to any political party. In fact, after the end of the dictatorship, Fernando Collor (democratically elected) was impeached based on the constitution and at that time this was supported by the party of the current government and also many current opposition parties. In general, everybody is against any kind of military coup. Most of the country is in favor of the impeachment and continuation of Lava Jato investigations, but a smaller group -people in red- (integrants of Workers' Party, and other associated parties) want the government to continue and protest against Lava Jato investigations and charges against members of Workers' Party, like Dilma and Lula.
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