By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – The Brazilian government has been pressured to improve public services, and healthcare has been regularly at the top of the list of grievances voiced in the wave of mass protests that recently swept the country. A recent poll reported that 48 percent of Brazilians believe healthcare to be Brazil’s biggest problem, with education a distant second, at thirteen percent.
In response to the protesters’ demands, President Rousseff has unveiled plans to . . .