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Landless Workers could become subject to Brazil’s Antiterrorism Law

Landless Workers Movements could become subject to Brazil’s Antiterrorism Law
Brazil’s antiterrorism law could get more restrictive.
Landless Workers Movements could become subject to Brazil’s Antiterrorism Law
Brazil’s antiterrorism law could get more restrictive.

Earlier this week, militant members of the Homeless Workers’ Movement (MTST) occupied the triplex used as evidence of former President Lula in the corruption charges leveraged against him. Guilherme Boulos, a national coordinator for the movement and current presidential candidate, quipped on social media: “If...

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