Brazil’s Largest Social Movement Occupies Govt for Land Rights

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Brazilian people fight back against US-instigated coup.

Journal of People

Telesur | 05 September, 2016

Brazilian social movements and unions launched a three-day national action on Sept. 5, 2016 to demand rights for landless people.
Brazilian social movements and unions launched a three-day national action on Sept. 5, 2016 to demand rights for landless people. | Photo: MST
The MST is spearheading a national mobilization demanding rights for landless people and resisting the neoliberal rollback under the Temer government.

More than 1,000 activists from Brazil’s largest social movement occupied the Ministry of Planning in Brasilia Monday morning to demand authorities address the needs of rural and farming communities. The protest kicked off a three-day national action bringing together thousands of demonstrators fighting for the rights of hundreds of thousands of landless families in the South American country.

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