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Brazil: indigenous people act for the release of Cererê Xavante in Brasilia

A group of Xavante indigenous people is in Brasília on Thursday (25) to demand the release of the cacique José Acácio Sererê Xavante, imprisoned since December last year for allegedly inciting protests against the diplomacy of then President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) and Vice President Geraldo Alckmin (PSB).

The indigenous people intend to hold an act in front of the Papuda Prison in solidarity with the Xavante and the others arrested during the January 8 acts and those who are free with precautionary measures, such as the use of electronic anklets.

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