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"joma rousseff" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"joma rousseff" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Alaska. First news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. The White House has rejected a request from congressional investigators for notes from President Trump's private meetings with Russia's president last year in Helsinki NPR's, stammer Keith reports that the committees are investigating whether Trump tried to hide details of his communications with bladder may Putin responding to the request from the chairman of the house oversight foreign affairs and intelligence committees White House counsel, Pat, sip bologna wrote that there is no precedent. Supporting such sweeping requests sip. Loney cited both the president's exclusive authority to conduct diplomacy with foreign nations and privilege that protects. The president's diplomatic communications. He argues the president must be free to engage in discussions with foreign leaders without concern that those communications will be released and quote used as fodder for partisan political purposes. This is unlikely to be the end of the back and forth between the White House. And congressional Democrats. Trying to do oversight tamra Keith NPR news Mississippi's governor has signed the state's so-called heartbeat. Bill and reproductive rights groups are vowing to block it as Mississippi public broadcasting's Deserie. Frazier reports the law makes abortion illegal after a fetal heartbeat is detected which can be as early as six weeks doctors have detect a heartbeat and perform in abortion anyway, could lose their licence face a fine of one thousand dollars or six months in jail. Governor Phil Bryant says he's not concerned about lawsuits, if they do not believe in the sanctity allowed those that are in organizations like Planned Parenthood. We will have to fight that fight. But it is worth it. Critics of the so-called heartbeat. Bill say many women don't even know they're pregnant at six weeks for NPR news. I'm Deserie Frazier. In Jackson Mississippi. The State Department is warning Venezuela's security for services against. Any further crackdown on opposition leader one quavo and his age. It's also to manning the release of Guido's chief of staff who was arrested in a predawn raid on his home early yesterday for various crimes, including an alleged plot to kill embattled President, Nicolas Maduro Guido contents. He is Venezuela's rightful leader. He says the arrest shows Madero is losing his grip on power Taiwan's president is heading to Hawaii next week as part of his tour of the Asia Pacific as Hawaii public radio's Bill Dorman reports the visit is drawing an angry reaction in China, which considers Taiwan, a renegade province. Taiwan has a declining number of countries with diplomatic ties several or in the Asia Pacific and president saying win will be visiting three of them before stopping in Hawaii. China's government is protesting the plans as it did when she made a similar visit two years ago. Bill Dorman reporting from Honolulu. You're listening to NPR news. The United Nations and governments in Mozambique's and Bob way and Malawi a now reporting more than five hundred fifty deaths due to cyclone eat. I the UN food agency says that thirty miles of land is submerged with hundreds of thousands of people displaced by flooding. Many of them trapped Brazil's former president Michel Tim there is being detained on corruption charges three months after leaving office as Catherine Osborne reports the Russian allegations had plagued Temer during his two years in office Brazilian investigators are looking into a bribe. They say Michel Temer approved in two thousand fourteen during the construction of a nuclear plant Temer was vice president at the time the center right dealmaker became president. When leftist Joma Rousseff was impeached in two thousand sixteen nationwide. Protests had called for her ouster to clean up politics and Timur did too though he's now the target of ten federal investigations Brazil's conservative calm. Congress then voted twice to shield Timur from corruption charges out of office. He loses that protection in this probe. Police have ordered ten people arrested. They'll be questioned in the coming days for NPR news. I'm Catherine Osborne in Rio de Janeiro, the International Skating Union says it is satisfied that American skater. Mariah bell did not deliberately injure herself three and rival limb. Ensue sixteen year limb suffered a cut to the lake when bell whizzed by her yesterday during a warm up at the world championships in Japan. She recovered enough to perform finishing in fifth place ahead of bell. Who is expected to apologize from the two skaters meet today. This is NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include X chair maker of the X chair office series with dynamic variable lumbar support and ten ergonomic features to fit users of different shapes and sizes at X chair radio dot com.

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"joma rousseff" Discussed on FT News

FT News

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"joma rousseff" Discussed on FT News

"He only did this last year. So I mean, he's on voting record enormous three decades in congress shows he has to trend status change things. And so he's no nationally. So let's see if here's a caving in to demands of interest groups or not if this happens or high scale, and this could have implications for he's by we're base in the population, his powerbase in congress these could lead to squabbles between gathers and both scenario. I mean, if that doesn't happen. We could have moved wind that this visit and again, this is a country best ranger, and they'd see how these marriage continues or not one very strong impression from our interview which was an hour at his offices in the economy ministry in Brasilia, and there were people knocking at the door. And as you mentioned, he took time out to communicate. This message to us, and that was essentially the I'm Bishen and purity of his vision, and my impression was over other brilliant, theoretical economist who's now come into government lost. I think it was a long held desire of his and like all theoretical economists. He sort of sees all of his ideas, clearing in the market instantaneously time, almost doesn't exist. And my feeling was that he theorized away some of the political problems that inevitably lie ahead even though at the same time. He was aware of them. I don't think there was positive the fabric of his being do you have that sense of gathers as a political animal? No not. And yet I mean, he has proven so far quite efficient on trying to rump up some supporting congress government insiders had told us that for example, for my the speaker, they have it was like this about two weeks ago Byzantine weeks ago that was he doing I mean, my I was by him tell that gathers pay Q role in that. So he has some really still inklings, but congress is only about in these government, let them one month over. So I think get it. He still has to face the reality of big states, a big political machinery, and in a way that big public spending, his criticize sneers politician into corruption in the fishing is he will have to face at some point. And we're getting him the benefit of the death that he would probably have to push through. And he may his head. I has wool. I think hitting your head against the wall is definitely a good way of looking at it just because it conveys the jurisdiction of Brazil. Gigantic the even with a huge focus push changes slow to come. But one thought just to leave this discussion on was a point that has really took a lot of time to convey to us like over Brazilian economists. He gave us a kind of historical sweep, and there was a period in Brazil, the twenty ideas of the military regime dictatorship that was followed by democratization thirty year progress and increase in civil and social rights under the presidencies of and under Enrico Dozo, moolah, the silver and Joma Rousseff and now get as so the pendulum swinging to another side, inexorably and inevitably back towards the center. So you had a swing from the far right to the left and now back again, so forget as he saw time is on his side all historical momentum. Anyway. That was John Paul wrath by the FTA last America editor soaking throughout Brazil correspondent Andrea Schiavone. We'll be back with another news featured Samora. In the meantime, if you're not so ready subscriber and would like to discover more F T content. Gitai collectors are later subscription of F G dot com slash..

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"joma rousseff" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"joma rousseff" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To watch his main opponent from the Workers Party? That was the party that was in government for nearly thirteen years initially under Louis Nacional de Silva, who's now in jail and couldn't run in this election is in jail for corruption. And luckily under Joma Rousseff was impeached. Yeah. And he has a lot of opposition women LGBTQ community black resilience there were massive rallies against him in recent weeks. Explain why they're so worried. Well, you only have to look what Bolsonaro has said over the years. He has a long record of making offensive remarks about women about LGBT people about afro Brazilians. And that has made them very worried about what kind of president he will make they're worried about his close ties to the military. And they're also worried about the fact that he openly and frequently expresses admiration for the military dictatorship that ruled in this country until nine thousand nine hundred five so for anyone to win the presidency in the first round they need to get fifty percent plus one could he win outright today. He could. I mean, he's been rising quite rapidly in the polls in the last few days, the latest one had just over forty percent of valid votes. And so it's not impossible, given the fact that you know, these adjust just. It is not impossible that he could win today commentators thought that was absolutely unthinkable a few weeks ago even a week ago. But now they're saying it might happen though. It's unlikely this.

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"joma rousseff" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"joma rousseff" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"I mean, there's a lot of rejection against in as well, but I also see that in Brazil, especially among the, you know, the LGBT communities in women as well. Lot of kind of, you know, protests in the streets because people the, they are reacting against this homophobia and this kind of horrible thoughts of VO candidate luxury sonata. How did you feel in your experience in Brazil about that? Well, I did interview your Bolsonaro once at a protest, particularly that was the protests that was in favor of impeaching former president Juma Rousseff when she was ousted back in two thousand sixteen. So as just to recap for our listeners who's out your both? Not always. He's a a right wing candidate Neil liberalist and he is basically homophobic against women against people of color back down in Brazil. And some of his comments about homophobia. Where he said he, he would not wanna have a son who is gay, he'd rather be dead. So there is that huge element that we are facing in Brazil, and there's a big movement now, especially with women, the Ellie, no, not him movement as well. So I do feel that this is a very relevant moment because Geijer Bolsonaro is the front running candidate at the moment for the Brazilian elections because a lot of people feel that the Workers Party the with Lula and Joma Rousseff the thirteen year rule that that party had failed the system, especially for middle class, resilience there more leaning towards the right right now. So I feel it is very important moment to have a positive documentary that brings these more marginalized communities in Brazilian society to the forefront in the media because not only is this family LGBTQ family, but they are also people of color as well that are also very marginalized in Brazil. And they're also three, extremely interesting characters as well. Exactly. And I can understand why the film has been a success. So tireless, she first of all, why are in London and you being to quite a few festivals. Alrighty, right? Yes. So this film has shown at seventeen film festivals already in about nine countries. I wanna say, and it's won four awards, but I'm very excited to be here in London because the film will be showing at the rain dance international film festival. And then they'll be a second screening next week on October. Seventh at twelve forty, five pm, and that will be showing VUE cinemas here around Piccadilly in London. I'm also excited to say that week after all, be in Iceland at the Reykjavik international film festival where it will also be showing there and I'll be taking part in the talent lab to help, basically create three siblings into a feature film. She rose to that discussing documentary three siblings had to Dona, Ana films dot com. For more information. This is the Monica weekly own monocle twenty four. Another episode of the monocle weekly, what show it was so many interesting stories. And we said, we're in the midst of a sort of explosion of cultural around London. We had some cultural enlightenment provided biologists on the program by financial of course as well. I'm by yoga, shall we think the characters behind the glass? I think we must today's program was produced by Tom hole and Augustyn not you Laurie hold on to place once very clever as manages work. Has he gal and George mcdonagh might great. Thanks to them both what we back again the same time next week. But for now it's goodbye for me towards and for me yoga much goodbye.

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"joma rousseff" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"joma rousseff" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The campaign Lula's a controversial figure in Brazil. What with his criminal conviction, but glazing Hoffman, the head of the work has party won't give up here too that the candidate can take us out of the crisis. He's the most popular leader of this country. We can't take someone out of the election that people want to vote for that. Emerson Santana in the neighborhood of Helio palace Favila on the outskirts of Sao Paulo, a die, hard supporter. He refuses to believe Lula is guilty. He even has his name shaved into the back of his head. He shows me around his home, his family of five used to sleep in just two rooms, but alone from Lula's government allowed into extend it. Now has three stories struggling through tears, Hicks, planes why? Lula mean so much to him. Everyone has dreams with Lula. We could see just how far we could go poor person without education person who came from nothing who's been hungry, like he gave a self esteem. He made us feel like this country really was for everyone that we had the right to nice things to physicians. To it was his MSN's realistic is unlikely to. School. If Lula word, choose an animal a dog or a cat, whoever he tells me to vote for I will because I believe in our president, it's all strategy by the Workers Party says, Oliver Stanko, a professor d'italia Vargas foundation, south powder, you has to be report of the public conversation as long as possible. So at some stage, he will then indicate another candidate. If he now retreated, then he'd sort of seized to be important in the in the public debate. So the Workers Party needs to actually maintain Lula's name in the news all the time as long as possible. And then make quick changes to head of the election. Ideally from the Workers Party perspective to assure that they that their candidate makes it into the second round count that is most likely to be phenomena, how likely that he will get those votes base excess will is quite interesting that about a third of Brazil's electorate is very supportive of Lulu. Because people associate his presidency to really quite fundamental economic changes and Lula has done it before. So Lula has in two thousand and ten. A recommended Joma Rousseff was entirely unknown and she won..

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"joma rousseff" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"joma rousseff" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Stability of not an easy appear but the entire horn of africa hundreds of being killed thousands jailed africa editor mary harper reports for a country used to author tarian rule ethiopia's new prime minister struck an unusually conciliatory note abby meta apologize for the loss of life during the three years of protests that have shaken this normally staple if highly repressive state for those who paid the price just human rights defenders politicians out for those young people who lost their lives while looking for a change for families and parents who suffered psychologically invisibly i apologize from the bottom of my heart mr abbey set is european needed deserve democracy and freedom but even if he wants to bringing democracy to ethiopia will be a massive challenge it was ruled by emperors and 'tatoes for centuries is people have never experienced political freedom and many in the governing elite want to maintain a tight grip but mr upi may well be different for the first time if he has a prime minister from its biggest ethnic group the romo they feel politically and economically marginalized and spearheaded the antigovernment protests the region and the white world will be watching ethiopia closely they can't afford this country of over hundred million to fail it's an important western ally in the fight against islamist extremism and hosts hundreds of thousands of refugees from its multiple neighbors with one of the foster economies in the world this normally stable state is seen as key to holding the whole hoon of africa together murray hopper for more than fifteen years brazil was ruled by the left brazil's lula da silva rose to power promising change but now the man who was the country's most loved politician has been charged with corruption and is facing twelve years in prison his successor joma rousseff was impeached and politically divided country the growing right is pressing for change south america correspondent casey watson has more.

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"joma rousseff" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"joma rousseff" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Stability of not an easy appear but the entire horn of africa hundreds of being killed thousands jailed africa editor mary harper reports for a country used to author tarian rule ethiopia's new prime minister struck an unusually conciliatory note abby meta apologize for the loss of life during the three years of protests that have shaken this normally staple if highly repressive state for those who paid the price just human rights defenders politicians out for those young people who lost their lives while looking for a change for families and parents who suffered psychologically invisibly i apologize from the bottom of my heart mr abbey set is european needed deserve democracy and freedom but even if he wants to bringing democracy to ethiopia will be a massive challenge it was ruled by emperors and 'tatoes for centuries is people have never experienced political freedom and many in the governing elite want to maintain a tight grip but mr upi may well be different for the first time if he has a prime minister from its biggest ethnic group the romo they feel politically and economically marginalized and spearheaded the antigovernment protests the region and the white world will be watching ethiopia closely they can't afford this country of over hundred million to fail it's an important western ally in the fight against islamist extremism and hosts hundreds of thousands of refugees from its multiple neighbors with one of the foster economies in the world this normally stable state is seen as key to holding the whole hoon of africa together murray hopper for more than fifteen years brazil was ruled by the left brazil's lula da silva rose to power promising change but now the man who was the country's most loved politician has been charged with corruption and is facing twelve years in prison his successor joma rousseff was impeached and politically divided country the growing right is pressing for change south america correspondent casey watson has more.

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"joma rousseff" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"joma rousseff" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Support is unlikely to react that's exactly right it should be interesting to see what's happening because what happened with muddy ellie franck oh the rio de janeiro city councillor who would who was shot just over two weeks ago in rio de janeiro that's essentially divided brazil more on racial lines in every than anything in a country that that it's it's very clear afra brazilians aren't treated as well and definitely hold a lower position in society compared to other brazilians and with lula here who has essentially been a champion for the poor by by trying to shut him out a lot of people from his party including his successor joma rousseff said in a press conference earlier this week that the right wing government here in brazil fit she says that they're trying to use violence in order to silence brazilian consciousness in order to silence any kind of political opposition so i if he is is barred from running which is highly likely in the situation that we're in right now it will be interesting to see if these protests from his supporters continue or who watch the replace them because they said there is no plan b and it's highly likely that there will need to be a plan b but we're just not sure what that will look like so tensions here in brazil will continue to rise and it's highly likely that this political saga will continue and be very very dynamic into right until the runup to the elections here in october you say you know his his supporters say there's no plan b it's lulu or nothing for the for the candidate but the must be some maneuvering skying on in the background if if it is as likely as you say that he's not going to be able to stand.

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"joma rousseff" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"joma rousseff" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"That is exactly right and it's become almost inevitable that jail time will be happening here for lula he could serve up to twelve years in one month in prison if found guilty of passive corruption which basically consisted of exchanging favors with the construction company oas in order for receiving a a beachfront property in sao paulo state beach coast here but basically it's likely that he could rule the court could rule that he could go to jail by april fourth year and they have already turned down a petition that he is he was he filed with his legal team that he is not guilty of passive corruption in in their point of view and that was turned down so it seeming that he is likely to be going to jail so you're right that this could all be futile and it could be all in vain that he's not likely to end up running for president anyway in that he'll be be in eligible based on constitutional law here in brazil but he's being persistent and i feel that he probably is continuing this campaign just to accept essentially make a point after his successor joma rousseff was ousted in what they call a coup she was impeached just after the olympics by the by an opposition party so people are just saying that maybe this is just hit making a point and kind of sticking it to elitist brazil that's the one thing that's been happening here in brazil in recent times that this country has become more divided than ever and with his campaigning is just increasing that divide for you you mentioned the country's more divided and we've seen activists and even council those being shot now we've seen schultz fahd lula's boss sam if the supreme court does turn around him refuses to let him stand and if in the end says that he is going to go to jail you then have to ask exactly how his.

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"joma rousseff" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"joma rousseff" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Right on the banner at our own website and michael medved dot com uh meanwhile there's a headline abound a of very wealthy guy who just want to be conservative victory and no i'm not talking about president trump here the headline is she lays voters extend latin america shift right and this is actually directly related to what we're talking about because part of what people are voting for around the world they just did it in austria uh they did it in france really were this socialist parties are in wreckage around the world the israeli socialist party the labour party is a barely hanging on and they've actually had to try to they're trying to come back they had one of the worst showings ever in germany the socialist party wasn't even vaguely competitive and that look it it's true almost everywhere but here's a fascinating thing that very few americans have noticed the new york times which leans left reports latin america's political right is on a decisive winning streak in brazil will leftist workers party was ousted from power last year when president joma rousseff was impeached last month president mauricio macri of argentina led his centreright coalition to a sweeping victory in legislative elections that left the once formidable socialist peronist party divided into drift and then in chile on sunday night the left's last hope of hanging onto power and one of the region's economic and diplomatic heavyweight slipped away as billionaire sebastian pinera running on a conservative profree market platform cruised to victory in the presidential election so there's a message here not limited to america let's go to your calls and to a jeff in minneapolis jeff you're on the michael medved show thanks michael for taking my call you bet on and i hope you had a blessed hannuka well so far so good yeah we've gotta another day left us starting tonight but go ahead well i'm another one of those guys who is going to have an eight hundred dollar tax increase based on comparing to mike 2016 return and that's because demise you returns yes itemised in my items asian exceeds twenty four thousand right what's happening is the loss of the first of all exemptions for my wife and i uh and all the that is so that that in itself should in but what about the reduction in your tax rate it's actually uh increase in my tax rate because of.

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"joma rousseff" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"joma rousseff" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To office what is important to remember that michelle obama is no toll popula remember he took over the last year of his predescessors humorous if was impeached so there are those who feel that he just doesn't have the mandate anyway hit poll show that his ratings are in single figures so when the news came out some people took to the streets to protest to cool from the go some people banged pots and pans which is the traditional way here of registering you'll dislike and disappointment with the much disliked political causes here who the source of a great deal of content now wants the public because of this huge rolling political scandal and in rio de janeiro right now and nothing later on this evening there will be demonstrations the social of the timor went on tv the social media was sides who have full of messages from people who were calling on timur to other to resign will to face impeachment and of course this comes after joma rousseff the previous president was forced from office that's right and so the concept of impeachment is something that is very real in the minds of politicians here but the big question facing brazil right now is when they do come to choose their next political leaders who will not be because so many politicians here a coolingoff in this corruption scandal at centrists villepreux speaking with us from rio de janeiro thank you you're welcome yeah.

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