By Richard Mann
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Presidents of some of the main opposition parties to the government of Jair Bolsonaro decided, in a meeting in Brasília on Wednesday, May eighth, to use the cuts announced in the area of education as a catalyst for demonstrations and a way to unify the Left.
On another front, the PSOL candidate who was defeated for the Presidency, Guilherme Boulos, has been, for more than a month, visiting the public universities of the country in an effort of mobilizing students.
The leader of the homeless saw, in the student demonstrations last week . . .