Dilma Rousseff has ordered her government to stop confiscating farmland to create new Indian reservations, government officials say, a policy reversal with major implications for one of the world's top agricultural ...Read Full Story
Ministra visita Olinda
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Dilma Rousseff: la guerrera de Brasil.(Biografîa): An article from: Contenido
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Dilma Rousseff: la guerrera de Brasil.(Biografîa): An article from: Contenido – This digital document is an article from Contenido, published by Editorial Contenido, S.A. de C.V. on December 15, 2010. The length of the article is 1909 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300...Read Full Story
By Carl BloiceBlack CommentatorMarch 14, 2013Dilma RousseffLast month, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff raised the monthly stipend of 2.5 million people in the country currently living below the poverty line and, according to Reuters, she did it “to make good on her promise to eradicate extreme poverty in Brazil, a nation with enormous income gaps between rich and poor.” Starting this week, she said, 2.5 million poor people would see their monthly income rise through the Bolsa Familia, or...Read Full Story
Dilma Rousseff at odds with prime minister, but he backs Brazil's campaign to join UN security council
guardian.co.uk, Friday 28 September 2012 22.53 BST
Prime minister David Cameron and Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff at the Presidential Palace in Brasilia, Brazil.
Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA
Brazil's president made a timely, though probably innocent, intervention during Britain's party political conference season when she hailed the importance of stimulating economic...Read Full Story
By Iole Iliada LopesTransform!August, 2011
Any analysis of the political situation in Brazil cannot ignore the significance of the victory of the forces of the left and of progressives when Dilma Rousseff was elected to the presidency of the Republic in October 2010. It was an important victory because, for the first time, a woman is President of Brazil, a country with a patriarchal and male chauvinist culture. And, Dilma Rousseff is not just any woman. A former political...Read Full Story
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