Protests in Brazil
Experts on Brazil talked about the recent protests in that country where hundreds of thousands of citizens were demonstrating against economic conditions, public transportation costs, and government spending on international sporting events.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Joao de Castro Neves Senior Analyst Eurasia Group
- Peter Hakim President Emeritus and Sr. Fellow Inter-American Dialogue
- Raul Juste Lores Correspondent Folha de San Paulo
- Paulo Sotero Marques Bureau Chief O Estado de S. Paulo (Brazil)->Washington, DC
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