A Lula victory in the second round is essential for Brazil as Bolsonaro remains a serious threat to Brazilian democracy.
Bolsonaro has announced he will not relinquish the presidency at the 2022 election in the event of “election fraud”. This is the baseless pretext used in both the 2019 US-backed coup in Bolivia, and currently in Peru, where the election winner, Pedro Castillo, is being prevented from taking office.
Brazil’s far-right leader Jair Bolsonaro is pushing Latin America’s largest nation to the brink of catastrophe. His inaction and outright denial of the real threat that the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic presents is risking the premature and unnecessary death of hundreds of thousands of people.
Interview with Elias Jabbour, Professor at the Rio de Janeiro State University and member of the Communist Party of Brazil’s Central Committee (PCdoB), setting out his perspective on the great struggles that are currently taking place in Brazil.
Under Bolsonaro’s Presidency deforestation has been actively encouraged with disastrous results for Brazil and the entire world. The Brazilian people are resisting Bolsonaro’s environmentally destructive policies.
More than one million people took to the streets of Brazil on 15 May 2019 in nationwide strikes opposing the government’s massive attacks on education.