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What Do Brazil and Turkey Have in Common?

Brazil and Turkey are thousands of kilometers away from each other, but they have something in common: both countries went out to the streets to protest for their rights as citizens and are now struggling against the excessive violence and oppression from the police.

V for Vinegar is a website created to track protests and promote petitions about relevant causes in each country: in Brazil, for the demilitarization of the Police [pt], and for the immediate end to the violence in Turkey [tr].

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  • Emerson Me

    UM GOVERNO CORRUPTO QUE A 11 ANOS COMANDA O PAIS;MUITAS OBRAS SUPERFATURADAS;MUITOS DESVIOS DE VERBAS PUBLICAS;O POVO NÃO AGUENTA MAIS.

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