Brazil: group linked to police ordered to defend agrarian reform

Vi O Mundo [pt] reports that an association linked to the police in the Brazilian state of Pernambuco has been ordered by prosecutors to reproduce 21 billboards with messages in defence of human rights and  agrarian reform, following its involvement with distributing propaganda condemning the Movimento dos Trabalhadores Sem Terra (Landless Workers’ Movement, MST) in 2006.

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