Brazil’s Minister Fears Balkanization of His Country


The Minister of National Integration, Ciro Gomes, affirmed today that regional disparities face the country with the “risk of fragmentation.” According to the Minister, inequalities among regions have worsened in the past ten years.

Tags:

  • Show Comments (1)

  • Guest

    fag
    u suk:D

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

comment *

  • name *

  • email *

  • website *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Ads

You May Also Like

Brazilian Amazon Travel Agency Signs Agreement to Fight Child Sex Tourism

If you Google "child sex tourism," you'll read about those who travel abroad to ...

From Landless to Farmer in Brazil

The government of Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva remains committed to its ...

Brazil Has Best Month for Jobs in Six Years

The creation of 229,757 formal economy, on-the-books, jobs in August was the best result ...

Despite Iran and Moves by China, Brazil and the US Remain Best Friends Forever

According to Brazilian daily newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo, the Chinese state-run oil ...

Those Against Venezuela-Brazil Gas Pipeline Know No Math, Says Petrobras Director

The gas and power director of the Brazilian government owned oil agency Petrobras, Ildo ...

Razing History in Brazil

I come back to reality. The dwelling inhabited by the famous writer Clarice Lispector ...

Minister Wagner and Bishop Cappio hug after negotiations

Brazilian Bishop’s Hunger Strike Gives Church a Black Eye

After 11 days of fasting in protest for the planned transposition by the government ...

Who’ll Care for Them?

Under ex-President Fernando Collor de Mello the indigenous health care system was decentralized. Since ...

They Wanted to Smear, But Brazil’s Ruling Party Fell for a Swindle

According to daily O Estado de S. Paulo, the ruling Workers Party (PT)  summoned at ...

In Brazil’s Favelas Caveirí£o Took Place of Bogeyman

Since 2005, social movements, NGOs, community residents, families of the victims of police violence ...