Landless movement occupies spaces of global capital in Brasil

The “Movimiento sin tierras” (Landless movement) mobilized in 13 states, interrupting rail, paralizing mining transport and more… “más de mil activistas interrumpieron las actividades del puerto de Pecém en protesta contra el proyecto de instalación de cinco termoeléctricas, una refinería y un centro siderúrgico.” See in El Pais. “It said its members had also occupied a Nacional supermarket, part of the Wal-Mart group, in the Rio Grande do Sul city of Porto Alegre to protest against what it called the control of agriculture by multinational companies” says Reuters.

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