Pro-Democracy Movements in Brazil Join Forces Against Bolsonaro

In Brazil, the largest pro-democracy Manifesto to date was signed by almost 200,000 people. The organizers claim to represent over two-thirds of the population and cite a recent opinion poll.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Faced with rapidly increasing coronavirus death numbers and the repeated threats by President Jair Bolsonaro against democratic institutions, democracy movements in Brazil are gaining ground.

By Monday, the "Estamos #Juntos" (We're In This Together) Manifesto, the largest of its kind, had collected almost 200,000 signatures. With its yellow color, the Declaration in Defense of Freedom and Democracy recalls 'Diretas Já!' the civil society movement calling for . . .

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