By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Brazil’s Justice Minister, Sergio Moro, has signed a measure that will send soldiers from the National Security Force to secure landmarks in the country’s capital, Brasilia, expected to be the stage of large demonstrations in the days to come. Critics say the force will be used curtail the population’s right to demonstrate.
According to Minister Moro the deployment of the security force was authorized to guarantee the
‘preservation of public order and the safety of people and property, in defense of the assets and individuals who work . . .