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Brazil: Who is the lady in red?

by Emilio José Lemos de Lima Thursday, Nov. 04, 2010 at 11:37 AM
emiliodelima@hotmail.com

Dilma, moving along a socialist strand, was among the thousands of Brazilians who fought the military regime throughout its obscurantism, violence and illegitimacy at the expense of years of imprisonment and wild torture, for the restructuring of institutions abused by military uprising.

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Brazil: Who is the lady in red?

With deeply racist and elitist roots, because slaverist for a long time, Brazilian society has experienced very bad and very little democracy.


The short previous democratic period, started with the suicide of Getulio Vargas, was aborted by a military coup with more than questionable inspiration.

Who wants to know more must read "1964, The conquest of the state" by Professor Dr. Rene Armand Dreyfuss. It will not either pass unnoticed to the attentive observer, that at that time, the sixties and the seventies, this type of scam seemed epidemic in Latin America and at other delayed parts of the world.


It was in this effervescent, violent and contradictory scenario that our character took her first steps.
Dilma, moving along a socialist strand, was among the thousands of Brazilians who fought the military regime throughout its obscurantism, violence and illegitimacy at the expense of years of imprisonment and wild torture, for the restructuring of institutions abused by military uprising.
Later, she had a career in city government, at state government and at Brasilia, emphasizing the competence and reliability until to be chosen by Lula as his successor.
As you all know the electoral battle was terrible, but the result is there.
Especially at Paraná, if it was not for Requião and Gleisi, things might have been particularly ugly.
Now assumes the commitments to eradicate poverty, to be responsible for economy, not discriminate the opposition, maintain respectful relationship with the press and do justice to the legacy of Lula.
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Requião

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Dilma and Lula

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Dilma and Lula

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Dilma, Lula, more...

by Emilio José Lemos de Lima Thursday, Nov. 04, 2010 at 11:37 AM
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