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Temer government maintains anti-Mestizo policy of Worker’s Party and seeks support from Austria

The Brazilian government of President Michel Temer (PMDB) did not change the anti-Mestizo government policy of Dilma Rousseff (PT) and is seeking cooperation with foreign governments and institutions to its continuity. Below, the news published on the website of the Federal Government – specifically the Special Secretary of Racial Equality Promotion Policies (SEPPIR), created in the government Lula (PT) to manage ethnic deletion policy against Mestizo people.

Cooperation between Brazil and Austria to confront racism is meeting topic in SEPPIR

“At a meeting held at the Austrian Embassy in Brasilia, the Special Secretariat of Policies to Promote Racial Equality, Luislinda Valois proposed partnerships with the European country for the development of racial equality promotion policies. The holder of SEPPIR was received by ambassador Marianne Feldmann, on Wednesday (09/14).

“‘Projects focused on education and appreciation of culture, as well as preservation of the environment are among our priorities’, Luislinda said in reference to the quilombo, indigenous and riverine communities.

“The guarantee of land rights was also discussed between the staves. According to the secretary, this is one of the main areas to be discussed.

“During the meeting, Ambassador Feldmann drew attention also to the cooperation that can be performed in the academic field, in research development and exchange. She showed interest in continuing the discussions.”

According to the site of the Instituto Lula, the Austrian ambassador met with the former president at the Institute on June 9, last year (2015): “The visit also aimed to reiterate the official invitation to the former president, to participate political symposium at the European Forum Alpach 2015 which takes place between August 30 and September 1.”

The former presidente is accused by federal prosecutors of leading a massive corruption scheme when presiding over Brazil.

Still affirms the Instituto Lula website: ”The theme is’ inequality ‘and Lula was invited to be a’ an ambassador in the fight against inequality’, Feldmann said. She said the administration of former president ‘knew marry investment income distribution and bring the attention of the authorities where government simply did not exist’ ”

Although the title of the government website news states that the meeting took place in SEPPIR, the photo and the text of the matter show that the meeting took place at the Austrian Embassy.

Several leftist and neo-liberal Eropean Union (EU) countries, with the support of the United Nations (UN), have sponsored multiculturalist policies of assimilation and apartheid against the Mestizo people of Brazil and against various mestizo people from other Latin American countries.

Posted in Português.


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