Brazil groups look to channel anger into political action
A handful of new organizations are trying to channel the Brazilian's anger against the government into reinvigorating the country's democracy by luring fresh faces into a political establishment.
By: AP | Sao Paulo | Published: December 7, 2017 12:25 pm
In this November 28, 2017 photo, residents of the low-income Capao Redondo neighborhood and members of the Acredito movement meet to exchange ideas about the community’s needs, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Source: AP Photo)
Something in Brazil has snapped. After one of the deepest recessions in its modern history, the largest corruption scandal in Latin America and more than a year under what may be the most unpopular president in the world, Brazilians are desperate for something different _ so desperate that some are calling for the return of a military dictatorship.
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