ARMED FORCES

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The military won’t officially take over because nobody wants to be publically associated with the worst government in Brazilian history By Leonardo Attuch Bolsonaro’s …

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As the saga of an “Operational President” rolls on, former editor of Folha de Pernambuco and Diario de Pernambuco, Homero Fonseca, unpicks the details and concludes …

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“Bolsonaro made threats he couldn’t carry out about replacing the Health Minister and reopening commerce. Now he is isolated and everyone has turned on …

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Veteran journalist Luis Nassif explains the Military’s silent and gradual seizure of power from President Bolsonaro in five acts. By Luis Nassif Act 1 …

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The elites made a serious mistake to bet on Bolsonaro. They’re making another mistake in thinking he can be easily sidelined. by Fernando Horta …

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It is being reported that, under pressure from the Army, Walter Braga Netto is now the “operational president” of Brazil, with Jair Bolsonaro effectively …

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In conversation about the past and the present, Manuel Domingos Neto reflects on the role of the Armed Forces in Brazil. By Cristiane Sampaio …

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For Héctor Luís Saint-Pierre, it is a military paradox to support the deregulation of the economy and the sell-off of assets. By Ana Penido. …

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By Cynara Menezes Never in my worst nightmares did I imagine Jair Bolsonaro would become President of Brazil. To me he was always just …

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‘Os Onze – O STF, seus bastidores e suas crises’ reveals further evidence of the Pro-Bolsonaro Soft Coup at the 2018 Election. By André Barrocal, …

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