Protesting crowds have become a familiar sight since Brazil has returned to a civilian democracy. Brazilians have publicly shown their discontent with their politicians, going so far as forcing the government to impeach President Collor in 1992. Nevertheless, it is hoped that the fruits of such political acts will also benefit the majority of the population which still live with inadequate wages and social services.Grupos de protesto tornaram-se uma vista familiar, desde que o Brasil retornou à democracia. Os brasileiros têm demonstrado publicamente seu descontentamento com os políticos, até mesmo forçando o impeachment do Presidente Collor em 1992. Todavia, espera-se que os frutos de tais atos políticos venham também beneficiar a maioria da população que ainda vive de salários e serviços sociais inadequados.
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