Temer envisions himself to be the “new Macri” of Brasil, using the new government of Argentina as his model and advancing toward the dismantling of the state rarely seen in Argentina. It is not surprising then that the Foreign Ministry of that neighboring country has shamelessly supported the coup in Brazil under the guise of supporting its institutions. For everything that the coup makers have expressed and with their links to big business we consider the coup of the President de facto Michael Temer illegitimate and illegal. He has long ago proven that he is a corrupt politician who takes his orders from the darkest parts of the predatory oligarchy of that country.
We are appealing to UNASUR to apply the established Protocol stating a Commitment to Democracy adopted by all the countries of the organization that could put the brakes on the breakdown of the democratic thread in Brazil. We also demand that the presidents and governments of the world do not recognize Temer and to demand the return of the legitimately elected President Dilma Rousseff. They should also end the political crisis by calling for an immediate presidential election – made by the President herself – so that the Brazilian people can once again express themselves by democratic means and not by an imposed coup d’état by a questionable and corrupt Congress.
Nao vai ter golpe!
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Executive Secretariat REDH
|Carmen Bohórquez (REDH General Coordinator)|
|Alicia Jrapko (REDH USA)|
|Ángel Guerra (REDH Cuba/México)|
|Ariana López (REDH Cuba)|
|Atilio Borón (REDH Argentina)|
|David Comssiong (REDH Barbados)|
|Fredy Ñañez (REDH Venezuela)|
|Hugo Moldiz (REDH Bolivia)|
|Juan Manuel Karg (REDH Argentina)|
|Katu Arkonada (REDH Basque Country/Bolivia)|
|Luciano Vasapollo (REDH Italy)|
|Marilia Guimaraes (REDH Brazil)|
|Nayar López Castellanos (REDH México)|
|Omar González (REDH Cuba)|
|Roger Landa (REDH (REDH Venezuela)|
Signatures: Total 833