- Brazil Judge's Ruling on da Silva Appointment Deepens Government Uncertainty
- “In 16 years as a professional I've never seen a judge take a phone tap and give it to the press,” says Thiago Bottino, a law professor at the Getúlio Vargas Foundation, who believes the move was illegal.
- A ploy involving two of Brazil's presidents ignites popular fury
- Ivar Hartmann, a law professor at the Getulio Vargas Foundation's law school in Rio, said Moro had done a good job in Operation Car Wash but had acted unlawfully in releasing the wiretaps. “This time he overstepped his bounds,” Hartmann said. Hartmann ...
- How Artists Are Using Their Work to Break Political Boundaries
- According to a BBC report, the artist wanted to shield the former politicians from the chaos sweeping the economy today.
- The picture that seems to say everything about Brazil's protests really says
- “There's a kernel of truth in there: Of course the general population is darker and poorer than most of the protesters,” José Henrique Bortoluci, adjunct professor at Fundação Getúlio Vargas, tells Quartz.
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