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By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Two days after one of the largest nationwide strikes Brazil has seen in decades, President Michel Temer, said that the demonstrations seen on Friday are typical of a democracy and that the country will continue to move forward with the reforms his administration has started.

"The Judiciary, the Executive, the Legislative and the Brazilian [population] are naturally optimistic people, a population with no pessimism. That is why we say: whatever happens, with protests or no protests, Brazil continues and will continue to work,” said President Temer during the inauguration of . . .

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