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Brazil Braces for Protests Against President and Reforms

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Brasilia’s Ministries Esplanade buildings greeted federal workers today (Wednesday, May 24th) with wooden panels protecting glass door entrances, to avoid possible invasions by demonstrators expected to gather in Brazil’s capital to protest.

On the front of the Agriculture Ministry building, wooden planks blocked all but one entrance, while in the Ministry of the Environment, the entrances were closed with fences. “These measures aim at the preservation of property and, above all, the security of servers and users,” said the press release issued by the Ministry of the Environment . . .

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