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Institutional crises in Bolsonaro begin to tire Centrão

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Institutional crises in Bolsonaro begin to tire Centrão

An institutional crisis involving Planalto and other powers is beginning to “tire” House President Arthur Lear (PP-AL) and the rest of Centrão, according to political commentators in CNN Cayo Junqueira and Thais Arbex.

Arbex says conversations with central party politicians have made it clear that there is no longer any hope of persuading the president to adopt a moderate tone in political dialogue. In their opinion, the problem is that this issue creates a burden on the Accounts Chamber, which is ultimately forced to work on institutional crises, and not to promote the program of economic reforms.

A sign of such congressional weariness was seen this Friday (27). At an event hosted by the Brazilian Federation of Banks (Febraban), Lyra said there was no chance that the reformulation of the Bolsa Família, the government’s big political stake, would violate the spending ceiling. “We will take care of what we took upon ourselves before the elections, we will make sure that we never lose sight of fiscal responsibility along with the maintenance of democracy,” he said.

For Junqueira, Centrão may even be tired of Bolsonaro, but there is little that can do. According to the analyst, the president has a political “support” in the form of the most loyal electorate, which protects him from impeachment. As long as Bolsonaro enjoys popular support, he said, Congress will see no benefit from the landing.

An example of Bolsonaro’s strategy to reach out to his support base is the demonstrations promised for September 7th. The president’s allies are asking him to refrain from participating in the day’s events so as not to aggravate the institutional crisis.

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There is Ludwig Wittgenstein: language is not only used to describe reality, we also use it to ask for favors, to give thanks, to curse, to greet, to pray…

And it is necessary to take into account the context, the situation, the use. “It’s raining” can state the fact that it’s really raining. But suppose that the mother in the morning, when the son is getting ready for school, says to him: “It is raining”, he at the same time knows that he must take an umbrella. If in a peasant family, after a long drought, as now, the wife opens the window and says to her husband: “It is raining,” then this speaks of contentment. But if you were expecting a pleasant walk and you say, “It’s raining,” you’re in for a disappointment.
Language performs three main functions: expressive, appellative and representative. These functions are related to the relationship established between sender, receiver and objects: there is someone (the sender) who addresses someone (the receiver) to tell him something, making reality real.

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Costa warns of four difficult years and promises to promote harmony in the country

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Costa warns of four difficult years and promises to promote harmony in the country

The socialist general secretary warned this Friday that the next four years will be difficult and demanding, Mario Soares was quoted as calling the PS a “party of national accord” and promising political and social dialogue.

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Championship in Qatar and final in Moscow

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Championship in Qatar and final in Moscow

To write without mentioning the World Cup, which started this week in Qatar, could be considered pedantic. I don’t want to fall into this trap. So, from what has happened so far, I highlight the courage of the Iranian team, which was silent, did not sing when their national anthem was played. This attitude was extraordinary. This emphatically marked the support of the players for the people of their country, who were on the streets for weeks to challenge the medieval rule of the Shia clerics and fight for freedom and equality in the treatment of all, men and people. women. This is not a mixture of football and politics. There are others, at the top of the state, who do this. Yes, this is a memory that human rights should be above all. Whenever politics is built on this basis at the domestic and international levels, the world will be completely different, more harmonious and benevolent. And less cynically, in the political sphere.

The show, set in Qatar, reminds us of three important facts. First, the diversity of the peoples of the globe. The culture of each of them must be respected and appreciated. We always have the opportunity to learn something from others. And racism has no place either in sports or in everyday life. Secondly, there are rivers of money flowing around football. I’m not talking about the billions spent by the host country. I will only mention that the great football teams are in the northern hemisphere: of the 32 participants in the tournament, about 22 come from the richest countries. This game is played in almost every corner of the world, big stars are known everywhere, but without resources there are no victories, without currency clubs and tackles nothing more than a fraudulent stock. Thirdly, football revives primal nationalisms, anything as long as you win, including the blessing of the hand of God, in the famous version of Maradona. Not the best will win, but my selection. This is not a sport, this is blinding anything, with a lit candle and faith in God.

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