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By Harold Emert

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's Solicitor General, André Mendonça, has requested that the nation's Supreme Court authorize the entrance of police onto campuses at Brazilian public universities when necessary to stop "illegal electoral propaganda".

The Brazilian Constitution guarantees freedom of expression and autonomy on university campuses.

The request is President Jair Bolsonaro's most recent response to a controversy created last year during the election campaign, when students hung . . .

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