Saturday, October 20, 2018

Bolsonaro represents the return of the dictatorship in Brazil


In defense of the democracy and the constitution of the citizen of 1988, the General Confederation of the Worker of Brazil - CGTB manifests its deep refusal to the candidacy of Jair Bolsonaro. This candidacy means the return of the dictatorship that has bled our country for 21 years and that we have overthrown with much struggle and mobilization of our people.
Let's do ours the words of Ulysses GuimarĂ£es: "I hate and dislike the dictatorship".
            With his macabre campaign, Bolsonaro threatened to wage a civil war, tear up the Constitution, close the National Congress and elevated to the category of heroes, torturers, assassins such as Colonel Ustra. With bayonets or batons, Bolsonaro wants to impose, at the request of bankers and foreigners, a neoliberal program of wage reduction, destruction of public social security, further cuts in public investment in health and education. education, to continue to transfer to the bankers the resources of the national treasury and, among other outrages privatize all state enterprises. And Brazilian people already know that there is nothing more corrupt than a military dictatorship.
            That is why we support critically the candidacy of Fernando Haddad - In democracy, it will be infinitely easier and less painful for the people to build, in the street, a way out of the disastrous crisis in which the governments of the PT, the PMDB and the PSDB put the country, and undo the program of Haddad which is, essentially, the same as that of Bolsonaro: a program of social security reform, maintenance of the minimum wage without real increase, bank interest in the heights, economy controlled by the bankers and, as they have already announced, increasing reduction of the budget of the State and in addition, its complicity with the system of corruption conceived by the PT.

            The General Workers' Central - CGTB will continue its fight: In defense of democracy, strengthening the internal market, increasing production, reducing interest rates, increasing public investment and ending unemployment.

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