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Brazil’s New Policy – Noisy Religion and Quiet Hunger – 12/04/2021 – Vinicius Torres Freire

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Brazil's New Policy - Noisy Religion and Quiet Hunger - 12/04/2021 - Vinicius Torres Freire

People forget to attach importance to the dramatic changes that are taking place right in front of the scammers, who are changing the public and political air they breathe.

This is not only about the normalization of horrors under Jair Bolsonaro: coup, torture, dictatorship, ignorance and hatred of human diversity, for example. It goes beyond the pocketbook that was a vehicle or catalyst for change, but less so than these torrents.

Religion again became an official matter of the state, for example, with the appointment and confirmation of André Mendonce to a seat on the Supreme Court.

Yes, we already had a formal or informal conviction. The Catholic Church, often reactionary and monopoly, played a huge role in politics and society. You have forgotten about this, perhaps because there was a vacuum in religious politics. Then it seemed that the country was moving towards civilized secularism, freedom of all beliefs, which would be a private matter, if not intimate. This failure occurred between the onset of the decline of Catholicism in the late 1960s and the political and economic rise of what is now commonly referred to as “evangelicals” in the early 1990s. sense of timing and error.

Great-grandfathers and great-grandfathers of political science said that when a social group, usually emerging, considers itself underrepresented or powerful, it abandons the coalition in which it was protected and creates a new party in the broadest sense of the word. This is the case with the “evangelists”, but also with agricultural landscapes, or in the wilderness, or with a resurgent army.

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2022 will be the ninth year that per capita income (GDP) will be lower than at its peak in 2013. With a lot of competence and luck, we will only return to this level in 2026. Moreover, it would simply be a replacement for the lost soil: what is not included in this count, we stopped growing during this period. The generation that became adults in 2014, then 21 years old, will live to thirty without even noticing the growth of the country.

Even more impressive is that the Great Stagnation, exacerbated by other crises, did not provoke any major social or political movements of disadvantaged sections of the population, or even a revolt of protest. Hunger is quiet in a country of noisy religion or the noise of nonsense of ignorant sectarianism, the great rise of idiots.

We also fail to notice that some socio-economic relations have undergone profound changes, which in many countries can lead to conflicts. The labor law was gutted, and no new defenses were transplanted (on the contrary, informality eats up what is left of the subsoil). Serious changes have taken place in the pension law (it does not matter if “this does not solve the fiscal problem,” this is another matter). The state was still large and regulated the economy with market services, but it lacked a democratic state.

A chronic economic crisis, structural changes in work and a lack of social and political debate about economic fate are forcing the country to be divided into a mass of ordinary people who want to give nothing more than a ration of bread (minimum income) and an elite limited to an enclave living off rent or work. which will remain.

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This country, which no longer talks about development (or in which such a process has become impossible), risks turning into a modern post-apocalyptic pop caricature with traces of ancient despotism, bread, some circus and lack of work, with feudalized regions. at the expense of dukes and factional militias in what was left of a fire or drought of climate catastrophe, possibly as part of theocratic politics.

We quietly descended to these places gradually.

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The dollar continues to reflect the political scenario

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The dollar continues to reflect the political scenario

Yesterday, financial agents evaluated the opposite decision of the Federal Supreme Court (STF) regarding the so-called secret budget. In addition, a decision was made by STF Minister Gilmar Méndez to issue an injunction that would exclude the Bolsa Família from the spending cap rule, with investors trying to understand how this measure would affect the processing of the transitional PEC in the Chamber of Deputies. Oh this PEC!!!!

Since he is an exchange investor, any reading that the budget will be exceeded or become more flexible will negatively affect the exchange market, whether through the PEC or in any other way. We will continue with volatility today.

Looking beyond, the US Central Bank (Fed), although slowing down the pace of monetary tightening at its December meeting, issued a tougher-than-expected statement warning that its fight against inflation was not yet over, raising fears that rising US interest rates will push the world’s largest economy into recession.

The currency market continues to react to political news. The voting on the PEC is saved for today. It is expected that it will indeed be reviewed to open the way tomorrow for discussions on the 2023 budget.

Yesterday, the spot price closed the selling day at R$5.3103.

For today on the calendar we will have an index of consumer confidence in the eurozone. Good luck and good luck in business!!

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Andrés Sánchez consults with the Ministry of Sports, but refuses a political post.

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The former president of the Corinthians dreams of working for the CBF as a national team coordinator. He was consulted shortly after Lula’s election.

Former Corinthians president Andrés Sánchez was advised to take a position in the Ministry of Sports under the administration of Lula (PT). However, he ruled out a return to politics. dreams of taking over the coordination of CBF selectionHow do you know PURPOSE.

No formal invitation was made to the former Corinthian representative, only a consultation on a portfolio opportunity with the new federal government, which will be sworn in on January 1, 2023.

Andrés was the Federal MP for São Paulo from 2015 to 2019. At that time he was elected by the Workers’ Party. However, the football manager begs to stay in the sport, ruling out the possibility of getting involved in politics again.

Andrés Sanchez’s desire is to fill the position of CBF tackle coordinator, which should become vacant after the 2022 World Cup. Juninho Paulista fulfills this function in Brazil’s top football institution.

The former president of Corinthians was in Qatar to follow the World Cup along with other figures in Brazilian football. During his time in the country, he strengthened his ties with the top leadership of the CBF.

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The EU has reached a political agreement on limiting gas prices – 19.12.2022

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BRUSSELS, DECEMBER 19 (ANSA). European Union countries reached a political agreement on Monday (19) to impose a natural gas price ceiling of 180 euros per megawatt hour (MWh). The main sources of income for Russia and the minimization of the use of energy as a weapon by the regime of Vladimir Putin.

The agreement was approved by a supermajority at a ministerial meeting of member states in Brussels, Belgium, after months of discussions about the best way to contain the rise in natural gas prices in the bloc caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. .

The value set by the countries is well below the proposal made by the European Commission, the EU’s executive body, in November: 275 EUR/MWh. However, the countries leading the cap campaign were in favor of an even lower limit, around 100 EUR/MWh.

Germany, always wary of price controls, voted in favor of 180 euros, while Austria and the Netherlands, also skeptical of the cap, abstained. Hungary, the most pro-Russian country in the EU, voted against.

The instrument will enter into force on 15 February, but only if natural gas prices on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange exceed 180 euros/MWh for three consecutive days. In addition, the difference compared to a number of global benchmarks should be more than 35 euros.

Italy, the EU’s biggest supporter of the ceiling, has claimed responsibility for the measure. “This is a victory for Italy, which believed and worked for us to reach this agreement,” Environment and Energy Minister Gilberto Picetto tweeted.

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“This is a victory for Italian and European citizens who demand energy security,” he added.

Currently, the gas price in Amsterdam is around 110 EUR/MWh, which is already a reflection of the agreement in Brussels – in August the figure even broke the barrier of 340 EUR/MWh.

However, Russia has already threatened to stop exports to countries that adhere to the ceiling. (ANSA).

See more news, photos and videos at www.ansabrasil.com.br.

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