brasilolimpico Posted June 14, 2016 Report Share Posted June 14, 2016 This new government is being called an "interim" government. I assumed that must mean elections are coming. Or is it only interim in the sense that it'll be decided once the impeachment process is over? The government is acting in Brazil, because it works enqunato the president is being judged. The end result should come out in August . Brazil is not so parliamentary elections are not made when a president leaves the government for overthrow by parliament. I do not know where is Brazil where people are mostly favorable to Dilma . I am looking for the address. The pro- Dilma protests are organized by the party of Dilma and unions. The contrary Dilma arise through social networks and drag 3.6 million in March according to data released by the police . The last pro- Dilma protests this month, they took 37,000 seconds the police and organizers said 326,000 people. The source is the G1 ( largest news portal in Brazil ) . The Dilma government retains low popularity since the beginning of the second term , with always close rejection of 2 out of 3 Brazilians. Temer The government has approved equal to Dilma , but their rejection is half of Dilma index. If anyone has an address in Brazil where most supports Dilma me pass . I will not speak; Curious to know which side is larger protests access the link: http://especiais.g1.globo.com/politica/mapa-manifestacoes-no-brasil/10-06-2016/contra/ It is produced by the Brazilian portal G1 news ( the largest in the country ) , choose the date and will see the size of the protests. Purple, police numbers in orange numbers of the organizers. ' Against Fear ' are the protests against the interim government . ' Against Dilma ' are the protests against Rousseff and the Workers' Party. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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