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Brazil: Protest Against Privatization Repressed by Police

A peaceful demonstration in front of the City Hall of Porto Alegre, Brazil, on October 4, ended with police brutality and teargas on the protesters, Sul21 reports [pt] (with photos and videos). Students were dancing in protest against the privatization of several public spaces around the city sponsored by Coca Cola company.

 

  • André kron

    the demonstration was far from peaceful…the demonstrators were violent and attacked the police without any reason

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