That was the battle-cry of thousands of Brazilians who took the streets in several cities to remember the victims of March 31, 1964 Military Coup D’état last weekend.
CSP-Conlutas Media Workgroup
These rallies were a response for President Jair Bolsonaro’s decision to revive national homage to the military dictatorship.
Opinions pools indicate that less than 20% of the Brazilians stand for a military dictatorship.
Even among the Brazilians that voted for Bolsonaro, the majority stands for democratic liberties.
It noteworthy that many Brazilian authorities, particularly the Public Prosecutor, stood against reviving homages to the dictatorship.
CSP-Conlutas stands in solidarity with the victims of the dictatorship and opposes any Bolsonaro move to curb democratic rights.