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As crises in Bolsonaro's Brazil deepen, could a coup be next?

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The fracturing of Bolsonarismo is also linked to the return of former Workers’ Party president Luiz Inácio "Lula" da Silva to politics, following the Supreme Court’s annulment of corruption convictions against him.
What is behind the crisis in the military and, in your opinion, how deep is it?
It is important to remember that the armed forces are one of the pillars of the Bolsonaro government, together with the financial and agribusiness sectors. This is the social coalition that was behind the coup against former Workers Party president Dilma Rousseff.
The expectation was that Bolsonaro would carry out an ultra-neoliberal agenda and restore the armed forces’ image, which had been eroded since the dictatorship.

Hunger Haunts Millions in Brazil as Billionaires Roll in Cash Amid COVID Pandemic

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Hunger Haunts Millions in Brazil as Billionaires Roll in Cash Amid COVID Pandemic
The hunger index in Brazil has risen to its highest point since 2004. The number of people starving has doubled since 2018, the year Brazil elected far-right leader Jair Bolsonaro as president.
A member of a group of residents of Chapeu Mangueira, sprays alcohol on the hands of a homeless person as she delivers him food during the coronavirus outbreak at Copabacana beach at Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, April 11, 2020. Photo: Reuters
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Sao Paulo: Few comforting figures come out of Brazil these days. The numbers about daily infections and deaths caused by COVID-19 bring despair every evening. Data released last week shows how badly the country has been battered. But it is not about the damage done by the virus. It is about poverty and hunger.

Brazil records more than 4,000 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours for the first time

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Brazil’s COVID-19 death toll is now almost 337,000, next only to the U.S. To date, Brazil has recorded more than 13 million cases of COVID-19. Some 66,570 people died with COVID-19 in March, more than double the previous monthly record.
Brazil is brewing new variants every week
“It’s the largest human tragedy in Brazilian history,” he said. “We may get to 500,000 deaths by July 1, that’s the latest estimate.”
Nicolelis quickly corrected himself, citing the estimates released by the
University of Washington. “If the rate of transmission goes up by about 10 percent, we could get to 600,000 deaths,” he said.
“It’s a nuclear reactor that has set off a chain reaction and is out of control. It’s a biological Fukushima,” he said, referring to the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan that was sparked by a tsunami in 2011. (Related: Brazil relives the worst of the pandemic as coronavirus cases and deaths surge anew.)

The Military Operation Green Brazil in the Amazon Is Ending. The Order Now Is Results-Based Environmentalism

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The Military Operation Green Brazil in the Amazon Is Ending. The Order Now Is Results-Based Environmentalism
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A military operation against environmental violations in the Brazilian Amazon is coming to a close this month after nearly two years, but the show of force, backed by US$ 71 million in funding, has had no meaningful results and leaves the region vulnerable to the pressures of economic development, experts say.
Operation Green Brazil was launched in August 2019 in response to the widespread fires in the Amazon that year. It was extended in May 2020, and again at the start of February, with President Jair Bolsonaro subordinating federal environmental agencies to the military’s authority throughout the campaign.

UPDATE 1-Brazil hits record 100,000 coronavirus cases in a day, piling pressure on Bolsonaro

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RIO DE JANEIRO, March 25 (Reuters) - Brazil on Thursday registered a record 100,158 new coronavirus cases within 24 hours, the Health Ministry said, underlining the scale of a snowballing outbreak that is becoming a major political crisis for President Jair Bolsonaro.
The record caseload, along with 2,777 more COVID-19 deaths, comes a day after Brazil surpassed 300,000 fatalities from the pandemic, the world's worst death toll after the United States.
Brazil's outbreak has set weekly records due to a patchy vaccine rollout, a lack of national coordination and an infectious new variant. Critics, including senior lawmakers with ties to the president, are increasingly blaming Bolsonaro for his handling of the pandemic. He has drawn sharp criticism for his efforts to block lockdowns, scorn masks and sow doubts over vaccines.

UPDATE 1-Brazil FX dynamics improving, market more balanced -central bank director

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BRASILIA, April 8 (Reuters) - The dynamics driving Brazil’s currency are improving and the market is now more balanced, despite lingering fiscal uncertainty, central bank monetary policy director Bruno Serra said on Thursday.
In an online debate hosted by event management company Consulting House, Serra said the central bank’s market interventions earlier this year have helped greatly, while the capital flows picture for the real is also brighter.
“The trend for the foreign exchange market is for a much better flow in 2021 and 2022 than 2019 and 2020,” Serra said, noting the $9 billion FX inflow in the first quarter of this year was the highest since 2012.

Brazil's hospitals are collapsing under COVID-19, threatening global health, experts warn

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Relatives of Luiz Alves, 63, who died from COVID-19, react at his funeral in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on March 10, 2021. This week, Brazil set a new daily record with more than 4,000 deaths. (Pilar Olivares/Reuters)
Inside a COVID-19 unit in the southern Brazilian city of Porto Alegre, Dr. Tarsila Vieceli said she is seeing first hand the collapse of the country's health-care system under the weight of the coronavirus pandemic. 
Heart attack and car accident victims, she said, aren't guaranteed an ICU bed and surgeries are being cancelled. There's a waiting list for ICU beds that are filled with COVID-19 patients that, unlike early in the pandemic, are younger and have no underlying medical conditions. 

OPINION: Brazil's Bolsonaro should show faith in his own gas reforms

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Bolsonaro’s intervention over fuel pricing has fascinated and alarmed many Brazil-watchers.
The man that Bolsonaro appointed as economy minister, Paulo Guedes, is supposed to stand for the radical side of economically liberal thinking and has promised deregulation and privatisations, but without delivering much.
By forcing Petrobras to water down its market-led pricing policy for diesel and other products, and now intervening over natural gas prices, Bolsonaro has investors wondering if the state-controlled company is once again falling into the clutches of an administration bent on using it as a tool for its own policies.
This may be true to some extent, but there are important provisos.

Investors on Edge Over Ecuador's Presidential Runoff on Sunday


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(Bloomberg) -- Investors are bracing for an unpredictable run-off finale to Ecuador’s contentious presidential race as opinion polls flag a rally of support for career banker Guillermo Lasso, sending the nation’s dollar bonds back to levels seen before the election began.
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Voters will return to polling stations on Sunday to decide between self-exiled former socialist President Rafael Correa’s 36-year-old protege Andres Arauz, or Lasso, a banker and conservative from the coastal hub Guayaquil. It’s a high-stakes choice for the country and its bondholders, coming just months after Ecuador’s 11th default or debt rescheduling in almost 200 years.

Ecuador's Divisive Presidential Vote Has Bondholders on Edge


Ecuador’s Divisive Presidential Vote Has Bondholders on Edge
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(Bloomberg) -- Investors are bracing for an unpredictable run-off finale to Ecuador’s contentious presidential race as opinion polls flag a rally of support for career banker Guillermo Lasso, sending the nation’s dollar bonds back to levels seen before the election began.
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Voters will return to polling stations on Sunday to decide between self-exiled former socialist President Rafael Correa’s 36-year-old protege Andres Arauz, or Lasso, a banker and conservative from the coastal hub Guayaquil. It’s a high-stakes choice for the country and its bondholders, coming just months after Ecuador’s 11th default or debt rescheduling in almost 200 years.

An Update on COVID-19 Relief in Brazil: What Next?

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An Update on COVID-19 Relief in Brazil: What Next?
April 7, 2021COVID-19
BIG SKY, Montana — Brazil faced a recession in the 2015/2016 financial season. Consequently, the COVID-19 pandemic hit Brazil at an already economically fragile time. While unemployment rates and the national GDP are looking bleaker than they have in years, the government swiftly acted to bring financial relief to millions of individuals across the country. COVID-19 relief in Brazil aims to cushion the impacts of the pandemic on already struggling citizens.
The COVID-19 Pandemic in Brazil
Brazil has a robust healthcare system and has historically handled public health emergencies quite well. Brazil declared the COVID-19 pandemic a public health emergency in early March 2020 but endured incongruous responses from public health officials and President Jair Bolsonaro. Despite a history of efficient responses to public health emergencies, Brazil quickly became an epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic.

As Brazil's military pulls out of the Amazon, its legacy is in question

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As Brazil’s military pulls out of the Amazon, its legacy is in question
On April 30, the Brazilian government will officially end Operation Green Brazil, a military-led campaign that started in August 2019 to combat the peak of illegal fires in the Amazon.
In that time, the military has gained increasing power in environmental policies implemented in the Amazon, even undercutting federal environmental agencies in their enforcement work and filling key positions in the agencies.
Experts have criticized the operation’s high costs — five times higher than the budget for the environmental protection agency — which has gone mainly into enforcement in already demarcated or registered areas while ignoring disputed lands, which are more susceptible to illegal exploitation.

'A biological Fukushima': Brazil COVID-19 deaths on track to pass worst of U.S. wave

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RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil’s brutal surge in COVID-19 deaths will soon surpass the worst of a record January wave in the United States, scientists forecast, with fatalities climbing for the first time above 4,000 in a day on Tuesday as the outbreak overwhelms hospitals.
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Brazil’s overall death toll trails only the U.S. outbreak, with nearly 337,000 killed, according to Health Ministry data, compared with more than 555,000 dead in the United States.
But with Brazil’s healthcare system at the breaking point, the country could exceed total U.S. deaths, despite having a population two-thirds that of the United States, two experts told Reuters.

Brazil 'back to business' in two to three months as Covid-19 vaccinations accelerate, says economy minister | Money

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Brazil yesterday reported a record 4,195 deaths in one day, bringing total fatalities to 336,947 and cementing its place as the current global epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic. — Reuters pic
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BRASILIA, April 7 — Brazilian Economy Minister Paulo Guedes said yesterday he expects the economy will be back on track in two to three months, as an accelerating nationwide Covid-19 vaccination programme gets people back to work and revives activity.
Speaking in an online event hosted by Banco Itau, Guedes also said he expects a “decisive move” soon on the implementation of the stalled trade pact between the European Union and Mercosur bloc of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay.

In new grim record, Brazil surpasses 4,000 daily COVID deaths

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For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Brazil has recorded more than 4,000 coronavirus deaths in a single day, a new grim milestone for the country as President Jair Bolsonaro continues to reject public health restrictions.
The Brazilian health ministry said on Tuesday that 4,195 people had died due to the virus.
The country has now recorded more than 366,000 deaths, according to a Johns Hopkins University tally – second only to the United States.
“It’s a nuclear reactor that has set off a chain reaction and is out of control. It’s a biological Fukushima,” Dr Miguel Nicolelis, a Brazilian medic and professor at Duke University, told the Reuters news agency.

'A biological Fukushima': Brazil COVID-19 deaths on track to rival US

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Rio de Janeiro: Brazil’s brutal surge in COVID-19 deaths will soon surpass the worst of a record January wave in the United States, and with hospitals at breaking point it could exceed total US deaths.
Fatalities climbed above 4000 in a day on Tuesday for the first time, taking the pandemic total to nearly 337,000, according to Health Ministry data, compared with more than 555,000 dead in the United States.

COVID-19: 'A biological Fukushima' - Brazil records 4,195 deaths in a single day as commuters pack trains

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COVID-19: 'A biological Fukushima' - Brazil records 4,195 deaths in a single day as commuters pack trains
More than 4,000 COVID deaths have been recorded in a single day in Brazil, with one doctor comparing the country's crisis to a "biological Fukushima".
The outbreak is overwhelming hospitals in the South American nation - and scientists are forecasting that the surge in fatalities will soon surpass the worst of a record January wave in the US.
Even though Brazil's population is two-thirds that of America's, the country's overall death tolls from
COVID-19 now stands at 337,000 - second only to the US on 555,000.

'Out of control': Brazil COVID-19 deaths on track to pass worst of U.S. wave

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RIO DE JANEIRO – Brazil’s brutal surge in COVID-19 deaths will soon surpass the worst of a record January wave in the United States, scientists forecast, with fatalities climbing above 4,000 in a day for the first time on Tuesday as the outbreak overwhelms hospitals.

Brazil's daily Covid-19 deaths top 4000 for first time

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Brazil's brutal surge in Covid-19 deaths will soon surpass the worst of a record January wave in the United States, scientists forecast, with fatalities climbing for the first time above 4000 in a day on Tuesday as the outbreak overwhelms hospitals.
A nurse takes a moment to pray at a charity hospital in Belem, Para State, Brazil.
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Brazil's overall death toll trails only the US outbreak, with nearly 337,000 killed, according to Health Ministry data, compared with more than 555,000 dead in the United States.
With Brazil's healthcare system at the breaking point, the country could exceed total US deaths, despite having a population two-thirds that of the United States, two experts told Reuters.

Covid plague 'spawning super-mutations every week that could destroy world's fight against pandemic'

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BRAZIL'S brutal Covid-19 plague has been branded a "biological Fukushima" by worried scientists after daily deaths surged past the 4,000 mark.
Hospitals are now at breaking point with people dropping dead as they await treatment amid the rise of super-mutant strains which "threaten" the global fight against the virus.
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Dr Miguel Nicolelis, a former regional co-ordinator of the country's pandemic response team, described Brazil's response to the crisis as a "complete calamity".

"A biological Fukushima": Brazil passes 4,000 daily Covid deaths, hospitals at breaking point


"A biological Fukushima": Brazil passes 4,000 daily Covid deaths, hospitals at breaking point
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Brazil is bearing the brunt of an alarming surge in Covid-19 cases, with fatalities reaching more than 4,000 in a single day on Tuesday and hospitals stretched to breaking point.
As the United States ploughs ahead with vaccinations and public debates continue on reopening the economy with possible 'vaccine passports,' Brazil's plight is a reminder that much of the rest of the world is still in the grip of the pandemic.
"It's a nuclear reactor that has set off a chain reaction and is out of control. It's a biological Fukushima," Miguel Nicolelis, a Brazilian doctor and professor at Duke University, told Reuters.

COVID-19 in Brazil: Country records 4,195 deaths in a single day as commuters pack trains

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COVID-19 in Brazil: Country records 4,195 deaths in a single day as commuters pack trains
More than 4,000 COVID deaths have been recorded in a single day in Brazil, with one doctor comparing the country's crisis to a "biological Fukushima".
The outbreak is overwhelming hospitals in the South American nation - and scientists are forecasting that the surge in fatalities will soon surpass the worst of a record January wave in the US.
Even though Brazil's population is two-thirds that of America's, the country's overall death tolls from

Brazil COVID-19 deaths on track to pass worst of U.S. wave

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Brazil's brutal surge in COVID-19 deaths will soon surpass the worst of a record January wave in the United States, scientists forecast, with fatalities climbing for the first time above 4,000 in a day on Tuesday as the outbreak overwhelms hospitals.
Brazil's overall death toll trails only the U.S. outbreak, with nearly 337,000 killed, according to Health Ministry data, compared with more than 555,000 dead in the United States.
But with Brazil's healthcare system at the breaking point, the country could exceed total U.S. deaths, despite having a population two-thirds that of the United States, two experts told Reuters.

Why Brazil Is 'The Most Dangerous Place In The World Right Now'

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Why Brazil Is 'The Most Dangerous Place In The World Right Now'
The country's death toll from Covid-19 has hit a grim new milestone – and is only getting worse.
Brazil passed a grim milestone this week, reporting 4,000 Covid-related deaths in a single 24-hour period for the first time.
Despite lingering chaos in overcrowded hospitals and a collapsed health system in several parts of the country, many governors, mayors and judges are reopening parts of the economy.
“This is probably the most dangerous place in the world right now,” Dr Miguel Nicolelis, a neuroscientist at Duke University, said last month.
“It is the worst tragedy in Brazilian history, by a long shot.”

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