Mutinous State Police Officers Accept Government Proposal, End Strike in Ceará

After seven hours of negotiation, police officers give up their request for amnesty, the central point of the mutiny. The group felt pressured by the difficulty in gaining popular support.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After 13 days of rioting, Ceará's State Police (PM) agreed to yield despite failing to secure amnesty, an instrument that would prevent them from being held accountable for transgressions during the illegal strike.

The class was disgruntled by the lack of inclusion of this point . . .

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