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Under Lula land invasions in Brazil rise in first months 2023 by 143% after Bolsonaro’s decline

In 4 months of the Lula 3 government, Brazil registered 56 farm invasions carried out by landless movements, according to the Opposition Observatory report produced by the PL (right) based on data from the FPA (Parliamentary Agriculture Front).

This is a 143% increase compared to 2022.

Here is the full report.

The number also represents only 6 fewer occupations than those recorded during the entire term of former president Jair Bolsonaro (PL). From 2019 to 2022, Brazil counted 62 land . . .

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