Dichiarazione della Red de Intelectuales contra el golpe en Brasil

  Redazione Nuestra America

Los abajo firmantes, intelectuales, artistas, escritores e investigadores del mundo entero, denunciamos el golpe en curso en Brasil y nos solidarizamos con la presidenta Dilma Rousseff, elegida por 54 millones de brasileros hace sólo un año y medio.

No se trata de un “juicio político” tradicional, como pretende presentarlo el grupo Globo. Michel Temer, la cara visible del golpe, ya expresó sus intenciones: hacer ingresar a la banca privada a la esfera pública y “focalizar” la política social al 5% más pobre del país, lo que significaría excluir del Bolsa Familia a 36 millones de personas. Además, Temer se propone avanzar hacia acuerdos con Estados Unidos y la Unión Europea “con o sin el Mercosur”. En definitiva: un gobierno para la élite de su país, alejado de las mayorías, bajo la expectativa de derribar para siempre la experiencia del Partido de los Trabajadores en el gobierno.

Temer pretende ser el “nuevo Macri” de Brasil, tomando como ejemplo al nuevo gobierno argentino, que avanza en un desmantelamiento estatal pocas veces visto en el hermano país. No es de extrañar, entonces, que haya sido la cancillería de este país suramericano la que más haya apoyado la intentona golpista, en un vergonzoso comunicado público que respalda a "las instituciones" de Brasil. Por todo lo expresado, y por sus vínculos con el gran capital, consideramos ilegitimo e ilegal al espurio presidente de facto Michel Temer, corrupto comprobado, quien responde a los más oscuros intereses de la oligarquía rapaz.

Hacemos un llamado a UNASUR para que se aplique el Protocolo sobre Compromiso con la Democracia aprobado por todos los países de la organización, que podría detener la ruptura del hilo democrático en Brasil. Asimismo, exigimos a los presidentes y gobiernos del mundo no reconocer a Temer, y reclamar la restitución de la presidenta legítimamente electa Dilma Rousseff o la convocatoria inmediata a elecciones presidenciales -como ha reclamado la propia presidenta- para que sea el pueblo brasileño quien se exprese por la vía democrática y no se imponga un golpe de estado por un congreso cuestionado y corrupto.

Nao vai ter golpe!

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Secretaría Ejecutiva REDH

Carmen Bohórquez (Coordinadora General de la REDH)
Marilia Guimaraes (REDH Brasil)
Atilio Borón (REDH Argentina)
Juan Manuel Karg (REDH Argentina)
Omar González (REDH Cuba)
Ariana López (REDH Cuba)
Nayar López Castellanos (REDH México)
Alicia Jrapko (REDH EEUU)
Hugo Moldiz (REDH Bolivia)
Katu Arkonada (REDH País Vasco/Bolivia)
Ángel Guerra (REDH Cuba/México)
Fredy Ñañez (REDH Venezuela)
Roger Landa (REDH (REDH Venezuela)
David Comssiong (REDH Barbados)
Luciano Vasapollo (REDH Italia)

REDH-Cuba

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HUMANITY AGAINST THE COUP IN BRAZIL

 

The undersigned, intellectuals, artists, writers and researchers from all over the world denounce the coup underway in Brazil and stand in solidarity with President Dilma Rousseff who was elected by 54 million Brazilians only one year and a half ago.

This is not a traditional “political trial”, as the Globo Group is attempting to present it. Michel Temer, the visible face of the coup, has already expressed his intentions to bring the private banking sector into the public sphere and to focus in particular on a social policy of austerity for the poorest 5% of the country, which would mean to exclude the 36 million people from the Bolsa Familia. In addition Temer intends to move toward agreements with the United States and the European Union "with or without the Mercosur". In short his perspective is a Government for the elite of his country distanced from the majority and to wipe out forever the experience that the country had under the government of the Workers Party.

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)
Marilia Guimaraes (REDH Brazil)
Atilio Borón (REDH Argentina)
Juan Manuel Karg (REDH Argentina)
Omar González (REDH Cuba)
Ariana López (REDH Cuba)
Nayar López Castellanos (REDH México)
Alicia Jrapko (REDH USA)
Hugo Moldiz (REDH Bolivia)
Katu Arkonada (REDH Basque Country/Bolivia)
Ángel Guerra (REDH Cuba/México)
Fredy Ñañez (REDH Venezuela)
Roger Landa (REDH (REDH Venezuela)
David Comssiong (REDH Barbados)
Luciano Vasapollo (REDH Italy)

 

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