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Max Foster speaks with Brazil's Ambassador to the UK Roberto Jaguaribe about how to resolve the issues at the heart of the protests in Brazil.
The Brazilian journalism was closed by the government.
DILMA shut up OF JOURNALISM.
I agree that these groups of rowdies must be held back and that the nature of the demonstrations are not riotous, not for most of the population despite our anger for the way the country is being ruled. Unfortunately, as I can perceive, the government, the politicians and even the diplomats are having some difficulty understanding what's going on, addressing the issues and talking to alledgedly missing representatives of the movements. He is right in saying there is no leader because if you haven't noticed yet the whole Brazilian people are acting as leaders themselves voicing their anger about the same issues in general. There is, in fact, no need to make presumptions on what's been taking place. It is what it is: general and massive discontent and an urge for change. So, I guess the authorities should take stock and deal with it in the simplest way: DO YOUR JOB (the one we pay for, we are the boss!), SPEAK LESS AND WORK MORE, FOLLOW THE LAWS AND CONSTITUTION AND STOP BEATING ABOUT THE BUSH AND MAKING UP EXCUSES, RED TAPING and USING THE RESOURCES OF THE COUNTRY IN YOUR OWN BENEFIT INSTEAD OF USING IT FOR THE WELL BEING OF THE POPULATION. This was the last straw, can't you see we can't take it any more? Brazil is a prosperous, thriving country that does not deserve to be exploited and spoiled by their own rulers!