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This Saturday, protesters took to the streets (3) to protest against President Jair Bolsonaro (without party) and in defense of the Covid-19 vaccination.

As with similar acts in May and June, the demonstrations were peaceful. In general, the protesters asked for more vaccines, impeachment of Bolsonar and the return of emergency aid for 600 reais.

Most of the protesters were wearing masks. At times there was a crowd of people, despite warnings of social distancing.

See the status of the demonstrations nationwide:

Even in the rain, many protesters took to the streets this Saturday (3) to protest in Alagoas against the government of President Jair Bolsonaro (no party) and in defense of the Covid-19 vaccination. Promotions take place in Maceio and Arapiraka. In Penedo and Palmeira dos Endios, planned protests were canceled due to rain.

In Maceio, with Brazilian flags and “Fora Bolsonaro” signs, protesters are calling for more vaccines, demanding impeachment from the president, and criticizing the federal government’s response to the pandemic.

Protesters protest against Bolsonaro in Piazza Centenario in Maceio – Photo: Sandra Sena / CUT

In Goiânia, protesters are calling for massive vaccinations in the country, the return of R $ 600 emergency aid and the protection of the United Health System (SUS). According to the organizers, all participants were instructed on the use of alcohol gel and social distance during the performance.

In Anapolis, 55 km from the capital, protesters gathered with banners and placards in the Plaza Americano do Brasil in the city center. They asked for vaccines for everyone, the return of emergency aid in the amount of R $ 600 and Bolsonaro’s departure from the presidency. The act ended at about 12:00.

There were also protests in the cities of Catalao, Jatai and Rio Verde against the Bolsonaro government.

Protesters against Bolsonaro and for the vaccine in Goiânia – Photo taken at 9:45 am – Photo: Reproduction / Zé Washington / TV Anhanguera

In San Luis, Maranhao state, the concentration was held in Piazza Deodoro in the historic center of the capital, where banners and posters demanded additional Covid-19 vaccines, demanded the return of emergency aid, and requested the impeachment of the president and vice president. the president, Hamilton Mouran, and rejected the country’s political scenario.

The protest also included a cultural presentation of the Boi União da Baixada, traditional in São João do Maranhao.

Protesters protest against Bolsonaro and in favor of the vaccine in San Luis – Photo: Nelyane Gomes / G1

In Campo Grande, protesters unfurled posters and posters “outside Bolsonaro” in defense of life, employment and democracy.

Protesters against Bolsonaro in the Campo Grande – Photo: Sergio Sousa Junior

In the downtown area of ​​Belo Horizonte, a group of protesters set fire to tires and intercepted the dona Elena Greco hill in the city center. They shouted orders against the Bolsonaro government. The protest action featured posters and banners positioning themselves against fascism. The mobilization also recalled the death of Mariel Franco in March 2018.

According to the military police, the intervention began around 6 a.m. There were no recorded incidents of violence, and the group quickly dispersed through the streets of the center of the capital. The military also called the fire brigade to contain the flames and remove the tires.

The group burned tires at the Elevado Dona Helena Greco in downtown Belo Horizonte – Photo: Social Media

In Belem, demonstrators began a rally at 8 a.m. in Place de la Republique, walking along Avenida Assis de Vasconcelos to Avenida Castilho França, where they passed the Mercado de Ver-o-Peso. The end of the march took place in the Praça do Relojo square.

The reason for the demonstration was a recent hearing by the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry, set up in the Federal Senate to assess possible misconduct in the management of the Covid-19 pandemic, and allegations of crime and malfeasance if an Indian vaccine was purchased. Covaxin is overpriced by the Federal Government.

Protesters demand impeachment of Bolsonaro in Belem – Photo: Reginaldo Gonçalves / TV Liberal

In João Pesoa, the concentration began around 9 am in front of the Lyceu Paraibano school in the center of the capital Paraiba. At 10:30 am, the protest continued through the Solon de Lucena park to Ponto de Sem Reis.

Protesters carried posters with Jair Bolsonaro’s anti-presidential slogans and calls for additional doses of the vaccine. At the concentration, they painted bodies on the floor and pasted photographs of people who died from Covid-19 victims.

[João Pessoa, 03/07, 11h34] Protesters walk downtown to protest against President Jair Bolsonaro. – Photo: Lara Brito / G1 PB

In Recife, Pernambuco state, the rally took place in the city center and was prompted by social and student movements, political parties and trade union centers, which also demanded vaccinations against Covid-19 and mass testing of the population.

In Caruaru, in the Agreste district of Pernambuco state, the rally was prompted by social and student movements, political parties and trade union centers, which also asked for the Covid-19 vaccination. Lining up in a single row and observing a social distance, the groups carried banners with phrases against the Bolsonaro government and came out with slogans. Handicap Bolsonaro and Recua Bolsonaro were among the most popular.

[Recife, 03/07, 10h20] An indigenous representative attends a protest against Bolsonaro in Recife this Saturday (3) – Photo: Marlon Costa / Pernambuco Press

In Terezin and Picos, protesters have called for Bolsonaro to leave the federal government, to increase the number of Covid-19 vaccines, to investigate alleged bribes for the purchase of immunization supplies and alleged malfeasance by the president, and to ask for 600 value-added emergency aid. reals.

The audience was wearing masks, and a security item was distributed during the demonstration, as well as an alcohol gel to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

Protesters hold rallies calling for the impeachment of Bolsonar and the introduction of new vaccines in Piauí – Photo: Livia Ferreira / G1

The action, held in the center of Rio de Janeiro, was prompted by social movements, political parties and trade union centers. In addition to protesting against the federal government with posters and banners, protesters called for more flexibility in the Covid-19 vaccination, an end to privatization, more respect for the LGBTQIA + community, and the return of emergency aid.

Protesters gathered at the Zumbi monument in central Rio to protest against President Bolsonaro this Saturday morning (3) – Photo: Arthur Guimaraes / TV Globo

In Porto Velho, the action was organized by student and social movements. The rally began at about 9 am at Praça das Tres Caixas D’Agua square. Ato should take a seat in the motorcade at the Avenida Sete de Setembro.

Banners, posters and slogans called for more vaccines for the population, more safety for the camp population, and the impeachment of Bolsonar. Protesters also spread crosses across the plaza to symbolize Covid’s victims in the state.

[Porto Velho, 03/07] Protesters in Tres Caixas d’Agua, protesting against President Bolsonaro this Saturday (3) – Photo: Yonara Verri / Rede Amazônica

In Sorokaba, the concentration began at about 9 o’clock in the morning at the parking lot of the city hall. After that, the cars proceeded to the Coronel Fernando Prestes square, where the procession will be concentrated on the streets of the center.

People wore masks as defined by government decree against the new coronavirus.

In Jundiai, protesters gathered in the municipality of Pazu at 9:30 am to collect food. The protest is also directed against President Jair Bolsonaro.

Residents left in a motorcade towards the Ponte Torta bridge, where the event will take place at 11:00. The demonstration remains peaceful.

In Bauru, the action was organized by trade unions, political parties, students and the indigenous population. Protesters mark more than 518,000 Covid-19 deaths in the country and 1,073 deaths in the city prior to this Friday (3).

They are also asking for more vaccines for the population. Indigenous peoples not only support the impeachment of the president, but also carry posters calling for the demarcation of indigenous lands and opposing the time frame.

In Piracicaba, groups have demanded the overthrow of the government due to delays in the procurement of vaccines, lapses in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic and a worsening economic crisis. They also support indigenous peoples’ struggles over land demarcation and criticize police actions that have resulted in deaths.

Arasatuba and Jales also protested against Bolsonaro.

Cortege against Bolsonaro on Avenue Angeiro Reinaldo Mendes this Saturday (3), in Sorocaba – Photo: Witter Veloso / TV TEM

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Meeting of black candidates from the Northeast discusses a political project against racism

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“He who enters has the task of taking others.” Those were the words spoken by one of the I Vote Black coordinators, Monica Oliveira, during the Northeast Black Women’s Meeting – Smearing Parliament, which took place on the floor of Parliament this Friday. Esuda Faculty of Science, Recife Center. Bringing together 36 of more than 50 candidates assisted by the project in the Northeast, the meeting discussed the importance of black women’s representation, not only as a quantitative factor, but also as a means of implementing policies to combat racism. The event is an initiative of the Black Women’s Network of Pernambuco and Casa da Mulher do Nordeste as part of the Black Women’s Project to Spaces of Power.

In an audience filled with candidacies of black women, social movements and supporters, voices jumbled together, chanting the same thing: denigrate the political scene with anti-racist women candidatures. Even though they make up 28% of the Brazilian population, black women are still underrepresented in these areas of power. In 2020, these women accounted for only 2% of the National Congress, according to the National Household Continuous Sample Survey (Pnad) conducted by IBGE, which is a reality according to which the “Eu Voto em Negra” project, which operates after the 2020 municipal elections, aims to eradicate.

“The idea is to strengthen the candidacy of cis and transgender black women so that we can expand our presence in parliament and in the executive branch,” explains Monica Oliveira. “In our understanding, this stage is especially aimed at strengthening the presence in the legislature as a step towards the executive,” he adds. Media training, communications services, political and technical training are some of the jobs offered by Eu Voto em Negra to women who have been referred to promote these candidacies in an election year “more challenging” than 2020, according to Monika’s assessment.

“We are approaching the fourth year of Bolsonaro’s rule, so there is a resurgence of various forms of violence such as racism, misogyny, LGBT phobia,” he emphasizes. “All this set of violence that affects women, especially the black population.”

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In an effort to circumvent this scenario, several black women from nine northeastern states committed to anti-racism have come forward to run for seats in the legislature and executive. As part of a collective mandate, Pretas sang Bahía, candidate for the state of Marcia Minister (Psol), who also ran for councilor in El Salvador’s 2020 municipal elections, says she recognizes the difficulty of entering places that are normally inaccessible to women like she is. , but even though he didn’t win the contest that year, he reiterates the importance of not giving up. “We cannot refuse to fight, we send a signal that we are ready to take these positions,” he said.

In the same stance, Crisiel (PT), Maranhao’s state candidate, classifies the meeting as a “very symbolic moment” and an exchange of experiences in search of reinforcement. “It’s a very happy and very symbolic moment to bring together so many black women’s candidatures at a time of so many failures in the country, we’ve come to reaffirm our fight,” she says.

Pernambuco federal candidate Robyonce Lima (Psol), who is part of the first collective mandate (Juntas Codexepoutadas) elected to the Legislative Assembly of Pernambuco (Alepe) in the 2018 elections, says there is a need to expand on achievements and regulate national politics in view of the onset of conservatism in country. “We need more and more women in politics to vilify these spaces, to tie our plans to gender and race,” she comments. “We need to change this story, we will have a transvestite, a black bench in the Federal Chamber after 200 years of Brazilian independence. This is a historical reparation.”

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During the meeting, the political project announced by the women present was presented with a signed letter titled “Black Women of the Northeast Smearing Parliament” consisting of 13 commitments read by Monica Oliveira. While citing small gains in representativeness in institutional policy, the paper highlights points that need to be considered and worked on.

    (Photo: Tylynn Barrett/DP Photo)
Photo: Tylynn Barrett / DP Photo

“We want a democracy that goes beyond voting every two years. We want democracy, which means not only the right to speak, but also the right to be heard and jointly shape the direction of the country,” the excerpt from the letter explains.

Commitments that recognize black heritage, place political spaces at the service of the fight against racism, strengthen alliances with anti-racist organizations, and build on the principle of collectivism were some of the agendas presented.

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From the “executive department” to the main political hero, the Assembly has achieved unprecedented results in the current legislature.

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From the "executive department" to the main political hero, the Assembly has achieved unprecedented results in the current legislature.

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Since the Legislative Assembly had a larger base of parliamentarians, there have been periods in the last few decades when the governors of the states have exercised great influence over the Parliament of Minas Gerais. The contractor’s projects were approved almost always without any restrictions. Because of this connection between the two powers, civil servants and even deputies used to wittily refer to the Assembly as a simple “department of the executive.”

Something unprecedented happened in the current legislature: unlike what had happened in previous governments, the president of the Minas Gerais State Assembly was not connected to the governor. And a good part of the parties, once allies of the governors, do not support the current government. Among them are PP, PTB, Tsidadaniya (former PPP) and MDB.

This happened to some extent due to the position of the new governor. Elected with a speech that largely echoed here in the state the same platform that Jair Bolsonaro took during the 2018 election campaign, Romeu Zema declared during the campaign that there would no longer be political “conchavos” in his government. .

At that time, segments of the right, characterized by anti-political discourse, viewed as “conchavos” alliances or agreements made between politicians and parties. These methods are supposed to be forms of corruption. Following this logic, the then candidate Zema introduced himself as a successful business administrator and promised to objectively and technically manage the state. Then there would be no need for negotiations, which were considered a typical practice of the “old policy”.

A government was installed that was not flexible and showed little readiness for dialogue. However, in the first few months of his reign, Zema’s rule was already under threat. There were only three deputies in his Novo party at that time. It would be very difficult to govern with such a disproportion of power, with only three allies in the universe of the 77 deputies that make up the Legislative Assembly. Supporters were deputies from the same party as the governor: Barto (today in the PL), Guilherme da Cunha and Laura Serrano.

While Zema was reluctant to join the parliamentarians, four blocs were formed in the Assembly for the first time. Prior to that, the formation of a maximum of three blocs was common: the opposition, the “neutrals” (as they called themselves) and the pro-government ones. As of 2019, by contrast, two “neutral” blocs (instead of one) have been formed in addition to the opposition and government blocs.

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Each of the “neutrals” was led by MDB and PSD. In total, both political groups started the legislature with 40 of the 77 seats in parliament. Therefore, any governmental movement depended, first of all, on articulation with two groups of deputies. In cases where the opposition, due to a coincidence of interests, joined these groups claiming independence, the government had no chance of approving their projects.

To have a minimum of controllability, Zema mainly turned to PSDB. Thanks to its rich experience and political skill, this party managed to attract other abbreviations to the ruling base. Thus, in the first half of 2019, 21 parliamentarians were on the side of the governor. The PT-led opposition had 16 members. Thus, it was a minority bloc.

During 2019, the alliance with the PSDB became closer. For most of Zema’s term, this party was important to the government. It is worth recalling that Zema won the election in the second round against the PSDB candidate (former Governor Antonio Anastasia, now in TCU). Thus, it was not a very common case that a party that was defeated in an election then assumed a central role in the conduct of an elected government.

In the first half of 2019, Custódio Mattos (PSDB) took over the management of the Secretariat of the Government, the body responsible for the dialogue between the Assembly and the executive branch. Luisa Barreto (PSDB) also became Deputy Minister of Planning. Today she leads the portfolio.

Even though he managed to make a base, Zema still tried to maintain his position of not practicing “konchavos”. This means, at least apparently, that efforts to create a parliamentary base will not be made, since many other agreements were concluded in the process of forming the government. Without commitment or identification with the executive branch, parliamentarians inflicted severe defeats on the governor, whose projects to correct the state machine were generally unpopular and in many cases meant the demise of politics or public services. The single most effective government project approved in 2019 was the administrative reform, which reorganized the structure of government.

This situation of political weakness on the part of the executive branch is not common in recent history, except in very specific cases. The Assembly began to set the tone for politics in Minas. In addition to approving the mining project, the Parliament also held discussions on the public debt of Minas and the loss of revenue resulting from the Kandir law. He also increased his power over public accounts by including in the state constitution the government’s obligation to amend the budget for parliamentarians and blocs.

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In addition, the Assembly attempted to further increase government oversight when it introduced secretaries of state accountability every four months in 2019.

Also in 2019, a draft was sent to the parliament, which the government considers the most important for the state. We are talking about joining the Tax Collection Regime (RRF) established by Supplementary Law No. 159 of 2017. It is assumed that the purpose of the RRF is to provide financial assistance to the state. In short, this is a temporary suspension of Minas’ debt collection to the federal government. On the other hand, the state must take a number of unpopular measures, including the sale of companies such as Cemig and Copasa, as well as a long-term ban on wage increases.

Joining the RFF has been put on hold until today in the Assembly and is facing significant voting difficulties even in this legislature.

In 2020, due to the pandemic, the government abandoned the protection of the SBR. Efforts have been focused on other fronts, especially health. In connection with the moment of the natural disaster, many government directives were approved. However, those not directly related to the pandemic, such as destination and resource checks stemming from the agreement with Vale, have been blocked or changed.

With the beginning of the slowdown of the pandemic, at the end of 2021, the government resumed the defense of the RRF. However, his weak political articulation prevented him from moving forward. Then the governor requested urgently in working out the tax regime. This regimental instrument prevents other projects from being considered in plenary until the urgent matter is assessed. However, the Assembly ignored the request and did not decide to place this project on an emergency basis.

In this regard, the Governor sued the Legislative Assembly, claiming that the Parliament violated the Minas Gerais State Constitution by failing to comply with its demands. The President of the Legislative Assembly, Agostinho Patrus (PSD), then responded to a request and explained the urgency of joining the RRF. In view of this, the governor withdrew from the trial.

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Another confusion was caused by the executive branch, announcing a 37% increase in the salaries of security personnel in 2019. Zema was criticized even outside the state for this decision, which was considered reckless. There was a conflict that only recently found a solution, in 2022. After tense negotiations, the government achieved a 10.06% readjustment.

The State Parliament realized that this setting could not apply only to security servers. The Governor then again turned to justice to try to withhold the additional pay raise granted by the Assembly. In addition to the expansion of the groups that will receive the increase, the percentages proposed by the Assembly have reached 40%. This conflict ended only when the Federal Supreme Court granted Zema’s request and prevented the application of higher rates set by MPs.

During this period of litigation, the chief executive lost more support in parliament. Zema’s base has been reduced from 21 in 2019 to 16 this year. And to top it all off, it disbanded in April 2021. This is because with the departure of MP Neliando Pimenta (PSB), it was reduced to 15 parliamentarians. For it to exist as a bloc, an Assembly Regiment requires that it be composed of at least 16 members.

However, in early July, the ruling bench was reorganized. This is because União Brasil decided to join Zema. Thus, today there are 16 parliamentarians again on the side of the governor.

Now the “neutral” blocs have recently merged into a single bloc of 36 parliamentarians. It is still the largest political group in the Assembly. Since the beginning of the work of the legislative body, the opposition has received 7 deputies. Today it has 23 parliamentarians. At least since the redemocratization of the country, the opposition has never had such a large number of members. And for the first time, pro-government members are in the minority in the Legislative Assembly of Minas Gerais.

In the Contextus Bulletin, Nesp’s Public Powers Monitoring Advisory Board deepens its analysis of the Assembly’s situation in this legislature. The approach focuses on projects approved by MPs, as well as the transfer of resources promoted by them.

Letter: Marcelo Gomes – 09.08.2022
Source: ALMG/Daniel Protzner.

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