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Lula, Stefan Zweig and Latin America
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Lula, Stefan Zweig and Latin America

Beyond Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva’s final judicial/prison fate, this tortuous instalment in the continuing story of Brazilian politics opens the debate on questions that go beyond his personal situation.
A political and judicial farce but which is being whipped up, as is much of the excessive and unscrupulous customary ambition of Brazilian politicians, the weakness of certain republican institutions and the territorial imbalances.

Adolfo Pérez Esquivel: “A government that doesn’t strengthen education, health and employment, is working against the people”
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Adolfo Pérez Esquivel: “A government that doesn’t strengthen education, health and employment, is working against the people”

An exclusive interview with the Nobel Peace Prize. .
Without “free and sovereign” rulers, because of US interventionism and the weakening of the UN due to the lack “of a democratic structure”, the countries of Latin America are facing repression, violence and a return of authoritarian governments.