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A protest against the government organized by social networks brings together about 1 million people in the Paulista Avenue, downtown São Paulo, on Sunday afternoon (15). The estimate was released by the military police at 15.40.
Three groups are responsible for the act of the organization, MBL (Brazil Free Movement), Angry Online and VemPraRua. Although the impeachment was not on the agenda of most of them, VemPraRua, most protesters demanding an end to the PT government. "Out Dilma" and "Out Lula" are the most shouted phrases in the act.
The concentration, scheduled for 14h, began around 10 am. At the appointed time, protesters have occupied one of the sides of the road. A sound truck was parked at the corner of Avenida Paulista and the street Pamplona. From there, the leaders called for a round of applause for Senator Aloysio Nunes (PSDB-SP), who was accompanied by his wife.
Then the leaders drew a chorus saying that the demonstration is "nonpartisan" and began to cries of "PT stole" and "I came to the street to protest against this scum that continues to steal."
Around 16:50, 20 people in the group "bald of Suburbia" were arrested because bore fireworks, according to the Military Police. They are drawn to the 2nd Police District.
originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
Whoa that looks like a lot of people.....power to the people