14 | 07 | 2020

Republic of CubaThe revolutionary government of the Republic of Cuba has repeatedly denounced the parliamentary-judicial coup d'etat, disguised with legality, which has been developing in Brazil for months. A majority of Brazilian Senators  to continue the process of impeachment of the legitimately elected President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, and with this "provisionally" remove her from office for a period of 180 days, during which the Senate must decide, via a two thirds majority vote of its members, to definitively dismiss her.

This is in reality a ruse mounted by sectors of the country's oligarchy, supported by the reactionary corporate press and imperialism, with the purpose of reversing the Workers Party's political project, overthrow the...

All on the streets against the coup!All on the streets against the coup!Brazil's Senate has voted 55 to 22 to put President Dilma Rousseff on trial, which could lead to her impeachment. The marathon session lasted for almost 24 hours and was met with protests in support of Rousseff and against what many call a soft coup. Rousseff maintains that she has committed no crime and that the attempts to oust her are therefore political.

The head of state will now be...

Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff. Foto: Antonio Cruz / Agência Brasil (CC BY 3.0 BR)Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff. Foto: Antonio Cruz / Agência Brasil (CC BY 3.0 BR)Brazilian Senate President Renan Calheiros announced his decision to move forward President Dilma Rousseff's impeachment process in the Senate, ignoring the decision of acting lower house speaker Waldir Maranhão, who annulled the session at the Chamber of Deputies in which the case was approved. Calheiros considered Maranhão's act as a »joke with democracy« and demanded...

BrazilThe acting speaker of Chamber of Deputies, Waldir Maranhão, has annulled the April 15-17 session of the lower house that approved the impeachment proceedings against President Dilma Rousseff and saw the case move ahead to the Senate. The annulment, announced by the presiding officer of the house on Monday (May 9), complied with a request from the Attorney General's Office (AGU)

Solidarity from Uruguay: Latin America against the coup! Image: @ProDerechosSolidarity from Uruguay: Latin America against the coup! Image: @ProDerechosBy 367 votes, the floor of the Chamber of Deputies approved the admissibility of President Dilma Rousseff's impeachment request on Sunday (Apr. 17) evening. Deputies were namely called to vote according to the order imposed by internal rules of the Chamber of Deputies, from the North to the South Region. Deputy Abel Galinha (member of the opposition party Democratas) was the first to record his...

President Dilma Rousseff made on Tuesday, march 22nd, another tough speech against the democratic break underway in the country. »I denounce here the strategy of the worse, the better, which part of the opposition has taken since the beginning of my second term. This strategy has been a systematic action against the Republic and antidemocratic, which manifests itself in bomb agendas and...

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