By Pedro Widmar, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - The Lula Administration’s PNDH-3 (Programa Nacional de Direitos Humanos) – a polemic broad-spectrum Human Rights Directive ranging from abortion to labor laws – has caused quite a stir in recent weeks.
From civil protests, to religious manifestations, to Ministers and Military leaders threatening to resign from office, the 228-page text has stirred reactions from nearly all walks of Brazilian life.
But so far the most polemical proposal contained in the text has proven to be the creation of a Truth Commission to investigate human rights infractions committed during Brazil's . . .