International community condemns the coup in Brazil. Obama is silent
Several governments, academic and intellectual circles, sectors less fanatical press, popular organizations, political parties, legal experts and regional and international organizations express solidarity with the people and with the Brazilian government, and denounce the attempt to ongoing coup in Brazil ; Last week, the New York Times warned in the journal cover that "Dilma president did not steal anything, but being judged by a gang of thieves"; draws attention, however, the silence of the US president, Barack Obama, always loquacious to comment and meddle in the internal reality of all countries of the world, and curiously silent in relation to the attempted coup in Brazil; Jefferson read Miola analysis
April 18, 2016 at 18:43
Jeferson Miola - Several governments, academic and intellectual circles, less fanatical sections of the press, popular organizations, political parties, legal experts and regional and international organizations express solidarity with the people and with the Brazilian government, and denounce the attempted coup in course in Brazil.
Last week, the New York Times warned in the journal cover that "President Dilma did not steal anything, but being judged by a gang of thieves."
Of the American hemisphere bodies arrive manifestations very concerned with the Brazilian reality. The OAS - Organization of American States was expressed by Secretary General Luis Almagro, who after an official visit to President Rousseff said in a press release the understanding that "the organization of the Brazilian constitutional system is clear and, therefore, established constitutional limits to the exercise of impeachment. To ignore these limits affect the very system operating structure, and distorts the strength and operability that should have the Constitution and the Laws. Our concern [with the ongoing coup in Brazil] is not isolated, because the UN system and UNASUR "have expressed respect.
The statement concludes by saying that "Brazil has been a democracy for example on the continent and we need to keep it that. That is why the international community makes a call in this direction. "
UNASUR - the Union of Nations of South America, in a statement of the Secretary-General Ernesto Samper [former President of Colombia] in this April 18, said that the opening of "impeachment of President Rousseff" without the existence of causes for such "constitutes a serious concern for the region."
The statement of UNASUR ends hopeful that "the Senate of the Republic, acting with judge of conscience, and after evaluating the strength and relevance of the evidence aportadas, stop this process can seriously affect regional democracy and hemispheric legal certainty."
Members of Parliament of MERCOSUR the stands of Argentina, Bolivia and Uruguay expressed their support to President Dilma, who "has supported a smear campaign of its image by the media from gender stereotypes, constituting a vile procedure that disqualifies absolutely the perpetrators. "
The CLASO - Latin American Council of Social Sciences was manifested saying that "if the coup prospers, the CLACSO will join all international organizations that require compliance with the democratic clauses in agreements and treaties to which Brazil is a signatory, a fact that will be a shameful and strong condemnation to the new de facto government ".
Draws attention, however, the silence of the US President, Barack Obama, always loquacious to comment and meddle in the internal reality of all countries of the world, and curiously silent in relation to the attempted coup in Brazil.
It is worth to note that the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs and National Defense of the Republic Senate, Senator toucan Aloysio Nunes Ferreira, is in New York and Washington for official meetings at the State Department. He is accompanied by Foreign Ministry diplomat Eduardo Savoy - that crazed official who planned and executed the escape and enter Brazil's former Bolivian senator [and defendant in the Bolivian justice] Roger Pinto Molina - and acts as advisor to the Commission. This trip Senator Aloysio for meetings at the US State Department these days that processes the blow from which the PSDB is socio-redeemed will be just a coincidence?
Edited by macaense, 20 April 2016 - 02:55 AM.