11 Burst results for "Leftist Workers Party"

"leftist workers party" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"leftist workers party" Discussed on KCRW

"Says the whole family voted for Jenna bush not was propelled to power in Brazil by public frustration of a crime session a massive government corruption and also deep anger with the leftist workers party that rule for more than a decade he been a congressman for twenty seven years yet he had no actual experience of governing and the thing he wasn't prepared for the challenges we have here and the challenge offers you a broad yeah not a potato is editor of capital politico an online publication about Brazilian politics he thinks one issue in particular stands out in both Sinatra's first year I think the I'm as on the show was the biggest challenge and was the biggest mistake as an issue was both not as worst international crisis so far in August there was a huge surge of fires in the rainforest will stop talking save us all out here's the personalities misty's is exaggerated he accused European nations of interfering in the Brazilian issue a made wild accusations about non government organizations setting fires in the forest to attract funding environmentalist watched in dispatch I think that we had twenty years sat back twenty easier yeah three an accomplice who spent the last two decades seeking ways to protect the innocent she's coordinator at the socio environmental institute in Brasilia this year hasn't been easy it's demanding a lot of energy from us to learn how to defend ourselves Wilson auto has weakened Brazil's government environmental enforcement agencies he advocates exploiting some of the forests mineral and agricultural wealth he also insists he's committed to protecting the forest Hama says he's blatantly encouraging deforestation and violence I think that he is completely engaged and strengthening the action off the legal loggers in the legal gold miners committing himself with the agenda off the legality in the Amazon the coming year is unlikely to be any easier for defenders of the rain forest also not as allies robustly defend his conduct I think one of the key in the three at the president didn't make any mistakes that's because your shoes approachable sonata congressman bill I should give my digital taking the show she describes the outcry has pyrotechnics whipped up by the international media and certain foreign governments hungry to exploit the Amazon for themselves when Paulson auto took power a year ago many commentators cost him as a threat to democracy not least because of his close military ties and his admiration for the dictatorship that ended nineteen ninety five yet Brazil's Congress and courts has blocked Paulson auto and his government on multiple occasions the system of checks and balances is working says David Fleischer professor of political science at the university of Brasilia for the time being we're not sure we have another three years to go but during the first year the three powers have functioned quite well Fleischer says that's led to some important achievements including crucial pension reforms also not always a big fan of Donald Trump and uses similar tactics he placed his base by theatrically attacking his opponents recently including credit term book and Leonardo DiCaprio does not as critics see his populism as dangerously polarizing one year ago on that same inauguration day but it does classes sentence remembers feeling more mild very unhappy and sad centers owns a hairdressing salon in the capital for African Brazilians she's been an activist in Brazil's black rights movement for forty years Brazil's deeply rooted racism is surfacing in news thanks to both scenarios polarizing politics has sent this link to have his moment well I it's not that racism has increased it's become more visible center says the significant progress one by black activism in Brazil in recent years is being destroyed that's coming to mind after a year of this government our fears have been realized no matter how pessimistic I was I didn't imagine that in the first half of this year the number of Brazilians killed by the police was up on last year it rose by one hundred and twenty according to Brazil's violence monitor which tracks this sentence blames this on both not as draconian approach to law and order and says the victim to all to often pull male black.

Jenna bush Brazil
"leftist workers party" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"leftist workers party" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Streets in Brasilia she remembers watching the inauguration on TV with a family let's face everyone was happy she says the whole family voted for join the post not was propelled to power in Brazil by public frustration of the crime session a massive government corruption and also deep anger with the leftist workers party that rule for more than a decade he been a congressman for twenty seven years yes he had no actual experience of governing and if he wasn't prepared for the challenges we have here and the tenants offers you abroad yeah not a potato is editor of capital politico an online publication about Brazilian politics he thinks one issue in particular stands out in both scenarios first year I think the I'm as on the show was the biggest challenge and was the biggest mistake as an issue was both not as west international crisis so far in August there was a huge surge of fires in the rainforest will stop talking save us all that he is the dismissed these is exaggerated he accused European nations of interfering in the Brazilian into a made wild accusations about non government organizations setting fires in the forest to attract funding environmentalist watched in dispatch I think that we had twenty years sat back twenty easier yeah three an accomplice who spent the last two decades seeking ways to protect the innocent she's coordinator at the socio environmental institute in Brasilia this year hasn't been easy it's demanding a lot of energy from us to learn how to defend ourselves bush not has weakened Brazil's government environmental enforcement agencies he advocates exploiting some of the forests mineral and agricultural wealth he also insists he's committed to protecting the forest promises he's blatantly encouraging deforestation and violence I think that he is completely engaged and strengthening the action off the legal lawyers and the legal gold miners committing himself with the agenda off the legality in the Amazon the coming year is unlikely to be any easier for defenders of the rain forest also not as allies robustly defend his conduct I think one of the key in the three of the president didn't make any mistakes that's because your shoes approachable Senado congressman elastic of my good deal taking the show she describes the outcry has pyrotechnics whipped up by the international media and certain foreign governments hungry to exploit the Amazon for themselves when Paul scenario took power a year ago many commentators cost him as a threat to democracy not least because his close military ties and his admiration for the dictatorship that ended nineteen ninety five yet Brazil's Congress and courts have blocked posts are not and his government on multiple occasions the system of checks and balances is working says David Fleischer professor of political science at the university of Brasilia for the time being we're not sure we have another three years to go but during the first year the three powers have functioned quite well Fleischer says that's led to some important achievements including crucial pension reforms also not always a big fan of Donald Trump and uses similar tactics he placed his base by theatrically attacking his opponents recently including Greta tumbled and Leonardo DiCaprio does not as critics say his populism as dangerously polarizing one year ago on that same inauguration day Monday at that's classes sentence remembers feeling more mild very unhappy and sad centers owns a hairdressing salon in the capital for African Brazilians she's been an activist in Brazil's black rights movement for forty years Brazil's deeply rooted racism is surfacing in you thanks to both scenarios but arising politics sent this link you will have his moment it's not that racism has increased it's become more visible center says the significant progress one by black activism in Brazil in recent years is being destroyed that's coming to alone after a year of this government our fears have been realized no matter how pessimistic I was I didn't imagine that in the first half of this year the number of Brazilians killed by the police was up on last year it rose by one hundred and twenty according to Brazil's violence monitor which tracks this sentence blames this on both learners draconian approach to Lauren oda and says the victims old too often pull male.

Brasilia
"leftist workers party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"leftist workers party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The whole family voted for John the bull Senado was propelled to power in Brazil by public frustration of the crime session a massive government corruption and also deep anger with the leftist workers party that rule for more than a decade he been a congressman for twenty seven years yet he had no actual experience of governing and the thing he wasn't prepared for the challenges we have here and the challenge offers you abroad yeah not a potato is editor of capital politico an online publication about Brazilian politics he thinks one issue in particular stands out in both scenarios first year I think the Amazon the show was the biggest challenge and was the biggest mistake as an issue was both not as worst international crisis so far in August there was a huge surge of fires in the rainforest will stop talking save us all of you as the bush metal dismissed these is exaggerated he accused European nations of interfering in the Brazilian issue a made wild accusations about non government organizations setting fires in the forest to attract funding environmentalist watched in dispatch I think that we had twenty years sat back twenty is here yeah I three an accomplice who spent the last two decades seeking ways to protect the innocent she's coordinator at the socio environmental institute in Brasilia this year hasn't been easy it's demanding a lot of energy from us to learn how to defend ourselves Wilson auto has weakened Brazil's government environmental enforcement agencies he advocates exploiting some of the forests mineral and agricultural wealth he also insists he's committed to protecting the forest Hama says he's blatantly encouraging deforestation and violence I think that he is completely engaged and strengthening the action off the legal lawyers and the legal gold miners committing himself with the agenda off the legality in the Amazon the coming year is unlikely to be any easier for defenders of the rain forest also not as allies robustly defend his conduct I think one of the key in the three of the president didn't make any mistakes that's because your shoes approachable sonata congressman elastic you've migrants people taking the show she describes the outcry has pyrotechnics whipped up by the international media and certain foreign governments hungry to exploit the Amazon for themselves when Paulson auto took power a year ago many commentators cost him as a threat to democracy not least because of his close military ties and his admiration for the dictatorship that ended nineteen ninety five yet Brazil's Congress and courts have blocked Paulson auto and his government on multiple occasions the system of checks and balances is working says David Fleischer professor of political science at the university of Brasilia for the time being we're not sure we have another three years to go but during the first year the three powers have functioned quite well Fleischer says that's led to some important achievements including crucial pension reforms also not always a big fan of Donald Trump and uses similar tactics he placed his base by theatrically attacking his opponents recently including credit to invoke and Leonardo di Caprio also not as critics see his populism as dangerously polarizing one year ago on that same inauguration day Maria does classes centers remembers feeling more mild very unhappy and sad centers owns a hairdressing salon in the capital for African Brazilians she's been an activist in Brazil's black rights movement for forty years Brazil's deeply rooted racism is surfacing in you thanks to both not as polarizing politics has sent this link you will have his moment it's not that racism has increased it's become more visible center says the significant progress one by black activism in Brazil in recent years is being destroyed that's coming to alone after a year of this government our fears have been realized no matter how pessimistic I was I didn't imagine that in the first half of this year the number of Brazilians killed by the police was up on last year it rose by one hundred and twenty according to Brazil's violence monitor which tracks this sentence blames this on both not as draconian approach to law and order and says the victims old too often pull male black and.

John Brazil
"leftist workers party" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"leftist workers party" Discussed on KCRW

"On TV with a family let's state everyone was happy she says the whole family voted for Jenna bush not was propelled to power in Brazil by public frustration of a crime session a massive government corruption and also deep anger with the leftist workers party that rule for more than a decade he been a congressman for twenty seven years yet he had no actual experience of governing and the thing he wasn't prepared for the challenges we have here and the challenge offers you abroad yeah not a potato is editor of capital politico an online publication about Brazilian politics he thinks one issue in particular stands out in both Sinatra's first year I think the I'm as on the show was the biggest challenge and was the biggest mistake as an issue was both not as worst international crisis so far in August there was a huge surge of fires in the rainforest will stop talking save us all ideas the personalities misty's is exaggerated he accused European nations of interfering in a Brazilian issue a made wild accusations about non government organizations setting fires in the forest to attract funding environmentalist watched in dispatch I think that we had twenty years sat back twenty is here yeah three an accomplice who spent the last two decades seeking ways to protect the innocent she's coordinator at the socio environmental institute in Brasilia this year hasn't been easy it's demanding a lot of energy from us to learn how to defend ourselves Wilson auto has weakened Brazil's government environmental enforcement agencies he advocates exploiting some of the forests mineral and agricultural wealth he also insists he's committed to protecting the forest Hama says he's blatantly encouraging deforestation and violence I think that he is completely engaged and strengthening the action off the legal lawyers and the legal gold miners committing himself with the agenda off the legality in the Amazon the coming year is unlikely to be any easier for defenders of the rain forest also not as allies robustly defend his conduct I think one of the key at the at the president didn't make any mistakes says Cobbs Georgia approachable sonata congressman elastic of migrants people taking the show she describes the outcry has pyrotechnics whipped up by the international media and certain foreign governments hungry to exploit the Amazon for themselves when Paulson auto took power a year ago many commentators cost him as a threat to democracy not least because of his close military ties and his admiration for the dictatorship that ended nineteen ninety five yet Brazil's Congress and courts have blocked Paulson auto and his government on multiple occasions the system of checks and balances is working says David Fleischer professor of political science at the university of Brasilia for the time being we're not sure we have another three years to go but during the first year the three powers have functioned quite well Russia says that's led to some important achievements including crucial pension reforms also not always a big fan of Donald Trump and uses similar tactics he placed his base by theatrically attacking his opponents recently including credit to invoke and Leonardo DiCaprio does not as critics see his populism as dangerously polarizing one year ago on that same inauguration day but it does classes sentence remembers feeling more tomorrow very unhappy and sad centers owns a hairdressing salon in the capital for African Brazilians she's been an activist in Brazil's black rights movement for forty years Brazil's deeply rooted racism is surfacing in news thanks to both sonatas polarizing politics has sent this link to houses moment it's not that racism has increased it's become more visible center says the significant progress one by black activism in Brazil in recent years is being destroyed that's coming to alone after a year of this government our fears have been realized no matter how pessimistic I was I didn't imagine that in the first half of this year the number of Brazilians killed by the police was up on last year it rose by one hundred and twenty according to Brazil's violence monitor which tracks this sentence blames this on both scenarios to Conan approach to law and order and says the victims old too often pull male black and.

Jenna bush
"leftist workers party" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"leftist workers party" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Celebrations what is some pile sells clothes on the streets of Brasilia she remembers watching the inauguration on TV with a family let's face everyone was happy she says the whole family voted for China post not was propelled to power in Brazil by public frustration of the crime session a massive government corruption and also deep tango with the leftist workers party that rule for more than a decade he been a congressman for twenty seven years yes he had no actual experience of governing in the thing he wasn't prepared for the challenges we have here and the challenge offers you abroad yeah not a potato is editor of capital politico an online publication about Brazilian politics he thinks one issue in particular stands out in both scenarios first yeah I think the I'm as on the show was the biggest challenge and was the biggest mistake is an issue was both not as west international crisis so far in August there was a huge surge of fires in the rainforest well the doctor saying stuff to all of you the dismissed these is exaggerated he accused European nations of interfering in the Brazilian issue a made wild accusations about non government organizations setting fires in the forest to attract funding environmentalist watched in dispatch I think that we had twenty years sat back twenty easier yeah three an accomplice who spent the last two decades seeking ways to protect the innocent she's coordinator at the socio environmental institute in Brasilia this year hasn't been easy it's demanding a lot of energy from us to learn how to defend ourselves not has weakened Brazil's government environmental enforcement agencies he advocates exploiting some of the forests mineral and agricultural wealth he also insists he's committed to protecting the forest promises he's blatantly encouraging deforestation and violence I think that he is completely engaged and strengthening the action off the legal lawyers and the legal gold miners committing himself with the agenda off the legality in the Amazon the coming year is unlikely to be any easier for defenders of the rain forest also not as allies robustly defend his conduct I think one of the key in the three of the president didn't make any mistakes that's because your shoes approachable sonata congressman elastic you've monthly bill taking the show she describes the outcry has pyrotechnics whipped up by the international media and certain foreign governments hungry to exploit the Amazon for themselves when bolsillo took power a year ago many commentators cost him as a threat to democracy not least because his close military ties and his admiration for the dictatorship that ended nineteen ninety five yet Brazil's Congress and courts have blocked Paulson auto and his government on multiple occasions the system of checks and balances is working says David Fleischer professor of political science at the university of Brasilia for the time being we're not sure we have another three years to go but during the first year the three powers have functioned quite well Fleischer says that's led to some important achievements including crucial pension reforms but not always a big fan of Donald Trump and uses similar tactics he placed his base by theatrically attacking his opponents recently including Greta to invoke and Leonardo di Caprio also not as critics see his populism as dangerously polarizing one year ago on that same inauguration day but it does classes sentence remembers feeling more mild very unhappy and sad centers owns a hairdressing salon in the capital for African Brazilians she's been an activist in Brazil's black rights movement for forty years Brazil's deeply rooted racism is surfacing in you thanks to both scenarios polarizing politics centers we went to have his moment it's not that racism has increased it's become more visible center says the significant progress one by black activism in Brazil in recent years is being destroyed that's coming to loan after a year of this government our fears have been realized no matter how pessimistic I was I didn't imagine that in the first half of this year the number of Brazilians killed by the police was up on last year it rose by one hundred and twenty according to Brazil's violence monitor which tracks this sentence blames this on both loners cicconi an approach to law and order and says the victims old too often pull male.

Brasilia
"leftist workers party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"leftist workers party" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Happy she says the whole family voted for China post not was propelled to power in Brazil by public frustration of a crime session a massive government corruption and also deep anger with the leftist workers party that rule for more than a decade he been a congressman for twenty seven years yet he had no actual experience of governing and if he wasn't prepared for the challenges we have here and the chat in soft review abroad yeah not a potato is editor of capital politico an online publication about Brazilian politics he thinks one issue in particular stands out temple Sinatra's first year I think the Amazon the show was the biggest challenge and was the biggest mistake that was an issue was both not as worst international crisis so far in August there was a huge surge of fires in the rainforest will stop talking saying stuff so that is the as these is exaggerated he accused European nations of interfering in the Brazilian issue a made wild accusations about non government organizations setting fires in the forest to attract funding environmentalist watched in dispatch I think that we had twenty years sat back twenty easier yeah three an accomplice who spent the last two decades seeking ways to protect the innocent she's coordinator at the socio environmental institute in Brasilia this year hasn't been easy it's demanding a lot of energy from us to learn how to defend ourselves bush not has weakened Brazil's government environmental enforcement agencies he advocates exploiting some of the forests mineral and agricultural wealth he also insists he's committed to protecting the forest Hama says he's blatantly encouraging deforestation and violence I think that he is completely engaged and strengthening the action off the legal lawyers and the legal gold miners committing himself with the agenda of the legality in the Amazon the coming year is unlikely to be any easier for defenders of the rain forest also not as allies robustly defend his conduct I think one of the key in the three at the president didn't make any mistakes this call is Shoshan approachable sonata congressman it why should give my digital taking the show she describes the outcry has pyrotechnics whipped up by the international media and certain foreign governments hungry to exploit the Amazon for themselves when Paul scenario took power a year ago many commentators cost him as a threat to democracy not least because his close military ties and his admiration for the dictatorship that ended nineteen ninety five yet Brazil's Congress and courts have blocked pulls an auto and his government on multiple occasions the system of checks and balances is working says David Fleischer professor of political science at the university of Brasilia for the time being we're not sure we have another three years to go but during the first year the three powers have functioned quite well Fleischer says that's led to some important achievements including crucial pension reforms bush is not always a big fan of Donald Trump and uses similar tactics he placed his base by theatrically attacking his opponents recently including credit to invoke and Leonardo DiCaprio does not as critics see his populism as dangerously polarizing one year ago on that same inauguration day but it does classes sentence remembers feeling more tomorrow very unhappy and sad centers owns a hairdressing salon in the capital for African presidents she's been an activist in Brazil's black rights movement for forty years Brazil's deeply rooted racism is surfacing in you thanks to both not as polarizing politics has sent this link you will have his moment it's not that racism has increased it's become more visible center says the significant progress one by black activism in Brazil in recent years is being destroyed apparatus coming to loan after a year of this government our fears have been realized no matter how pessimistic I was I didn't imagine that in the first half of this year the number of Brazilians killed by the police was up on last year it rose by one hundred and twenty according to Brazil's violence monitor which tracks this sentence blames this on both not as draconian approach to law and order and says the victims old too often pull male black and.

China post Brazil
"leftist workers party" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"leftist workers party" Discussed on KCRW

"She says the whole family voted for China post not was propelled to power Brazil by public frustration of a crime session a massive government corruption and also deep anger with the leftist workers party that rule for more than a decade he been a congressman for twenty seven years yet he had no actual experience of governing in the thing he wasn't prepared for the challenges we have here and the challenge offers you abroad yeah not a potato is editor of capital politico an online publication about Brazilian politics he thinks one issue in particular stands out in both scenarios first year I think the I'm as on the show was the biggest challenge and was the biggest mistake that is an issue was both not as west international crisis so far in August there was a huge surge of fires in the rainforest will stop talking saying stuff still is the bush notice misty's is exaggerated he accused European nations of interfering in the Brazilian issue a made wild accusations about non government organizations setting fires in the forest to attract funding environmentalist watched in dispatch I think that we had twenty years sat back twenty is here yeah three an accomplice who spent the last two decades seeking ways to protect the innocent she's coordinator at the socio environmental institute in Brasilia this year hasn't been easy it's demanding a lot of energy from us to learn how to defend ourselves Wilson auto has weakened Brazil's government environmental enforcement agencies he advocates exploiting some of the forests mineral and agricultural wealth he also insists he's committed to protecting the forest Hama says he's blatantly encouraging deforestation and violence I think that he is completely engaged and strengthening the action off the legal loggers in the legal gold miners committing himself with the agenda off the legality in the Amazon the coming year is unlikely to be any easier for defenders of the rain forest also not as allies robustly defend his conduct I think one of the key in the three at the president didn't make any mistakes says Cobbs Georgia approachable Senado congressman bill I should give my digital taking the show she describes the outcry has pyrotechnics whipped up by the international media and certain foreign governments hungry to exploit the Amazon for themselves when Paul scenario took power a year ago many commentators cost him as a threat to democracy not least because of his close military ties and his admiration for the dictatorship that ended nineteen ninety five yet Brazil's Congress and courts have blocked Paulson auto and his government on multiple occasions the system of checks and balances is working says David Fleischer professor of political science at the university of Brasilia for the time being we're not sure we have another three years to go but during the first year the three powers have functioned quite well Fleischer says that's led to some important achievements including crucial pension reforms bush is not always a big fan of Donald Trump and uses similar tactics he placed his base by theatrically attacking his opponents recently including credit to invoke and Leonardo di Caprio does not as critics say his populism as dangerously polarizing one year ago on that same inauguration day Maria does classes sentence remembers feeling more mild very unhappy and sad centers owns a hairdressing salon in the capital for African Brazilians she's been an activist in Brazil's black rights movement for forty years Brazil's deeply rooted racism is surfacing in news thanks to both sonatas polarizing politics has sent this link to houses moment it's not that racism has increased it's become more visible center says the significant progress one by black activism in Brazil in recent years is being destroyed that's coming to alone after a year of this government our fears have been realized no matter how pessimistic I was I didn't imagine that in the first half of this year the number of Brazilians killed by the police was up on last year it rose by one hundred and twenty according to Brazil's violence monitor which tracks this sentence blames this on both not as draconian approach to law and order and says the victims old too often pull male.

China post Brazil
"leftist workers party" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"leftist workers party" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Says the whole family voted for John of course not was propelled to power in Brazil by public frustration of the crime session a massive government corruption and also deep anger with the leftist workers party that rule for more than a decade he been a congressman for twenty seven years yes he had no actual experience of governing and if he wasn't prepared for the challenges we have here and the challenge offers you abroad yeah not a potato is editor of capital politico an online publication about Brazilian politics he thinks one issue in particular stands out in both scenarios first year I think the I'm as on the show was the biggest challenge and was the biggest mistake as an issue was both not as west international crisis so far in August there was a huge surge of fires in the rainforest will stop talking save us all ideas the mysteries is exaggerated he accused European nations of interfering in the Brazilian into a made wild accusations about non government organizations setting fires in the forest to attract funding environmentalist watched in dismay I think that we had twenty years sat back twenty easier yeah three an accomplice who spent the last two decades seeking ways to protect the innocent she's coordinator at the socio environmental institute in Brasilia this year hasn't been easy it's demanding a lot of energy from us to learn how to defend ourselves we'll send out has weakened Brazil's government environmental enforcement agencies he advocates exploiting some of the forests mineral and agricultural wealth he also insists he's committed to protecting the forest Honda says he's blatantly encouraging deforestation and violence I think that he is completely engaged and strengthening the action off the legal lawyers and the legal gold miners committing himself with the agenda off the legality in the Amazon the coming year is unlikely to be any easier for defenders of the rain forest both not as allies robustly defend his conduct I think one of the key in the three of the president didn't make any mistakes that's because your approachable sonata congressman elastic you've monthly bill taking the show she describes the outcry has pyrotechnics whipped up by the international media and certain foreign governments hungry to exploit the Amazon for themselves when Paulson out took power a year ago many commentators cost him as a threat to democracy not least because of his close military ties and his admiration for the dictatorship that ended nineteen ninety five yet Brazil's Congress and courts have blocked Bolsa not and his government on multiple occasions the system of checks and balances is working says David Fleischer professor of political science at the university of Brasilia for the time being we're not sure we have another three years to go but during the first year the three powers have functioned quite well Fleischer says that's led to some important achievements including crucial pension reforms also not always a big fan of Donald Trump and uses similar tactics he placed his base by theatrically attacking his opponents recently including Greta tumbled and Leonardo di Caprio also not as critics see his populism as dangerously polarizing one year ago on that same integration day Monday at that's classes sentence remembers feeling more mild very unhappy and sad centers owns a hairdressing salon in the capital for African resilience she's been an activist in Brazil's black rights movement for fourteen years Brazil's deeply rooted racism is surfacing in news thanks to boast about as polarizing politics sent this link to have his moment it's not that racism has increased it's become more visible center says the significant progress one by black activism in Brazil in recent years is being destroyed that's coming to alone after a year of this government our fears have been realized no matter how pessimistic I was I didn't imagine that in the first half of this year the number of Brazilians killed by the police was up on last year it rose by one hundred and twenty according to Brazil's violence monitor which tracks this sentence blames this on both not as draconian approach to law and order and says the victim to all to often pull male black.

Brazil
"leftist workers party" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"leftist workers party" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Where do you believe off there? I this over the weekend, by the way, it may have been kind of buried in the headlines what's going on with Venezuela. And of course, going back to Friday morning about this time. We're talking about the things could really turn ugly over the weekend. Let's just say did not go. Well, the Venezuelan president Madero. Indeed, did stop repelled the foreign aid convoys with the United States from being able to enter Venezuela over the weekend. So now, let's see. Madero was facing more regional pressure. And after that. And now they're being threatened the USA's threatening new sanctions and Brazil is urging their allies to join a quote liberation effort. Which liberation effort? Means going in and forcibly liberating the people of Venezuela. Violent clashes with security forces on Saturday is they were trying to bring the aid into the country left. Three hundred wounded in at least three dead near the Brazilian border. John Jato recognized by us western nations as the legitimate leader is now urging foreign powers to consider all options in Elstein Madero. Ahead of a meeting with the regional liba group of nations today that will be attended by our vice President Mike Pence. So Mike is going to announce what they're citing is concrete steps and clear actions at the meeting to address this ongoing crisis. They didn't give us details. But of course, last month, we imposed crippling sanctions on Venezuela squeezing, the top source of foreign revenue, and that's the oil industry. Let's see here. What happened yesterday is not going to deter us from getting humanity of humanitarian aid into Venezuela. Now, Brazil is the heavyweight in Latin America, they've got the region's largest economy for years. They were an ally of Venezuelan while it was ruled by the leftist Workers Party, but they turned sharply against Venezuela's socialist president this year when Brazil's new president who is a far, right. President took office. But actually Brazil is now calling on the international community. Especially those countries that have not recognize Jato as the interim president to join in a liberation effort. Columbia, which officially about half, the estimated three point four million people that are fleeing Venezuela. They've also stepped up their criticism of Madero since swinging to the right last year. So I got big meeting today. The big powwow today. We'll see what comes of that. But we've got trucks loaded with US food and medicine that is right down there at the Colombian border. Yeah. They attempted to push pass the line of troops on Saturday. But they were then met with tear gas and rubber bullets two of the aid trucks went up in flames. Which the opposition blamed on security forces and the government blamed it on drugged up. Protesters drugged up protesters. So they did not get the gate into the country at this point in time. That's that's far from over at this twenty nine past the hour will be back right after a news update on America's trucking network. Lately, it seems like everything we use everyday is getting an upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've neglected one of the more impulsive products in a daily routine that old worn out toothbrush..

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"leftist workers party" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"leftist workers party" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service. I'm Victoria, Craig filling in for anew on it. Good morning giant Boston RO has officially taken office as Brazil's new president the far, right? Former army captain was sworn in yesterday and in his inaugural address. He declared that the nation has been quote, liberated from socialism and political correctness in addition to valley to tackle crime and corruption. Mr. Wilson are is also making economic growth of priority for his administration, the BBC's an Italian pasta, Renault explains Brazil has been through a very serious economic crisis. Three years of recession last year. Brazil began to grow again. But only one percent it was a very weak result compared to the whole of Latin America. So he has many challenges ahead, and he has been elected under a platform of economic liberalism saying that he will open markets Deborrah critize environment for businesses and also privatized companies some of his key ideas to do all of that is to sell state owned companies. He also says that he will cut public spending try to approve a pension reform to raise the minimum age for retirement. It's not a popular measure. He will depend on the National Congress, and he's already preparing the ground for this reform and businesses are already cheering his leadership even before he was sworn in. So is that to do a some of Mr. Boston rose cabinet appointments that we've already seen some signs maybe of optimism. Mhm there. It is related to that. He appointed Paolo gauges and economists graduated from the university of Chicago, he has a very well comic liberalizing discourse has also always defended free-market also both out his main opponents in this campaign was for known to adopt from leftist Workers Party, which has been defending raising public spending in protecting the national industry. So I guess markets saw Boso Nado as the pro market alternative in this election Brazil, and so while we're seeing that optimism and while the economic picture looks perhaps a little bit more optimistic. There are still challenges facing this new president. Yes, there are many challenges first of all balancing the budget. The expectation is for Brazil to end this year with a negative result next year as well. According to IMF, Brazil, only recover in twenty twenty two. So this is one of his main main challenges, and of course to do. So the pension system is one of the key problems in Brazil, it responds to much of the debt. And as I said before he he will probably prioritize this reform right now Natalia Passerini there. Let's do the numbers more gloomy figures. For China's economy today fresh data showed ongoing pain for the manufacturing sector as the trade spat with the US continues to take its toll those new numbers come just days before trade negotiations between America and China are set to resume that data. Wait on Hong Kong's Hang sang, which fell nearly three percent. While stocks across Europe are also solidly lower on this first trading day of twenty nineteen now as the US and China continue to Spar over trade. Taiwan is watching with keen interest companies. There are some of the biggest investors in China and heavily rely on the mainland to produce the goods they export overseas. But where there's controversy. There's also opportunity. Many companies are increasingly attracted to the islands low risk low cost environment. The BBC is Cindy suit reports from Taipei. To robots told her didn't humans are being put to work at this new factory in Taiwan, which makes smart tinting glass. The kind you can adjust to let in more or less sunlight is a one hundred million dollar investment by US company can Nestro technologies, and it's the company's first large-scale overseas factory. The recent trade war has made a company CEO SP CIA thankful that they chose Taiwan. But we're also worried about stuff intellectual property, the two two of those things would just be a death knell to our business a company like us, a small startup manufacturing company, we go to mainland China. That's you know, we might as well just signed a suicide note because we are manufacturer, but we are very much patents know, how are very important to us to company is one of an increasing number of multinationals including Google and Amazon got have already set up manufacturing and research facilities in Taiwan or hope to in the near future..

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Brazil Set To Vote In Presidential Run-Off Election That Has Polarized The Nation

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04:24 min | 3 years ago

Brazil Set To Vote In Presidential Run-Off Election That Has Polarized The Nation

"This podcast. And the following message is brought to you by jet dot com. Your one stop shopping destination. The jet experience provides a unique and relevant Dortmund with no membership fees. Start shopping conveniently at jet dot com or on the jet app today on Sunday, the people of Brazil will choose their next president the favourite to win is a retired army captain from the far right Zaire Bill scenario, and he openly admires that country's pass military dictatorship. This elections a second round run-off between Bolsonaro and a candidate from the leftist Workers Party racist, bitterly, polarized, Latin America's largest democracy. We're joined now by NPR's Philip Reeves, he's envio deja narrow. Hey there Philip. So is this election essentially a done deal as he that far ahead. Will it certainly look that way of the last couple of weeks giant Bolsonaro has had an eighteen point lead in the polls. Thanks to his ability to capitalize on deep public, contempt and anger in Brazil's towards establishment politicians. He's done that despite being a congressman himself for many years, and he's channeled that anger at his rival from the Workers Party blaming that party for the recent recession, which was the worst in Brazil's history and for a huge corruption scandal because that party was in power win. Those two crisis began to play out. However, the latest poll from yesterday shows the Workers Party candidate phenomena Adagi has narrowed has made some ground and that the lead of Bolsonaro has narrowed to twelve points. A why are we seeing this late swing away from Boston are what's driving it? Eight hundred be certain. The a couple of incidents this week that might have been factors. Boston outta made a speech in which he talked about his leftist opponents as red bandits and said he wanted to drive them off the map and amount of never before seen in the history of Brazil and also a video emerged from July in which one of his sons who's also congressman is heard talking about how easy would be to shut down the supreme court. That's Tim rebuke from the chief Justice of Brazil and analysts here think that this has set alarm bells ringing about whether both now does a threat to democracy because although this country seems to be swinging fought to the right poll show that Brazilians strongly favor keeping their democracy and don't want to return to the dark years of the nineteen sixty four ninety ninety five military dictatorship. So given that polling or these worries of both are well-founded. Well, Bolsonaro says that he's going to respect the constitution. He wants government. He says. Authority, but not an authoritarian government. And that he says he he doesn't want a military takeover annoys as does the army, and he has distanced himself from his son's comments about the supreme court characterizing those really as a mistake. We've been talking about political divisions here in the US. But I understand that campaign has been fairly nasty. Can you talk about what that looks like it started out being nasty, right? From the beginning. I mean Bolsonaro himself was stabbed and severely injured a newly September. And since then we have seen a brawl on what's up, which has been awash with fake, news and abuse. Of course, people have been recalling Boston does pass record of making the Sajjan est and racist and homophobic remarks and that has been out there. And people have been reminded of all that that's been a big scandal about a report that emerge showing that businesses have been Bank rolling. Mass message. Ages are what's up targeting both hours opponent, financial dashiki? And also the have been attacks on the street, which are related to the election and attacks and threats against journalists. So it has been a pretty nasty campaign. That's NPR's Philip Reeve's Philip. Thank you. You're welcome. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class

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