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Brasile. Bolsonaro. I fondi delle ngo saranno supervisionati.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2019-01-09.

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Si stanno rivelando corretti i presentimenti esternati a suo tempo dal The Guardian, giornali liberal socialista integralista.

How a homophobic, misogynist, racist ‘thing’ could be Brazil’s next president

Questo lungo articolo dovrebbe essere letto e riletto con grandissima attenzione.

Infatti, tutto ciò che è puntigliosamente imputato a Mr Bolsonaro costituisce la motivazione per cui ha vinto le elezioni presidenziali, ed anche con largo margine.

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Insediatosi da una settimana, nel discorso inaugurale aveva detto:

Bolsonaro. Un discorso da statista. Il Brasile inverte la rotta. 2019-01-04

«This is the beginning of Brazil’s liberation from socialism, political correctness and a bloated state»

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«the distortion of human rights and the breakdown of the family»

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«economic irresponsibility and ideological submission.»

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«There are hundreds of bureaucratic governing bodies across Brazil, of regulators as well. … We have to untangle the mess»

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«Brazil would no longer serve the interests of international non-governmental organizations»

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Brasile. Esce dall’UN Migration Pact e disconosce l’Accordo di Parigi sul ‘clima’. 2019-01-06

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International NGOs issue stark warning to Bolsonaro on climate change & human rights

«The policies proposed by Brazil’s new President, Jair Bolsonaro, threaten a human rights and environmental catastrophe with global implications. ….

As an international community of NGOs, we call on President Bolsonaro to use his position not just as a national leader, but as a global leader, to fulfil Brazil’s global responsibilities to protect human rights, democracy and the environment, and to honour the agreements and conventions it has signed up to Governments and the international business community must work to do the same.»

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Questo lunedì sei gennaio emette un provvedimento sulle ngo.

Il titolo del The New York Times è esplicativo:

Brazil’s Bolsonaro Says NGO Funding to Be Rigidly Controlled

«Brazil’s right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro said on Monday that funding of nongovernmental organizations working in the country will be rigidly controlled, reflecting increased oversight by the new government over such groups.

Government Secretary Carlos dos Santos Cruz, a retired Army general, said in a local interview published on Monday that the aim is to determine whether the NGOs are fulfilling their role of complementing government actions and not to restrict their activities in Brazil.»

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«Funding of nongovernmental organizations working in Brazil will be rigidly controlled, President Jair Bolsonaro said on Monday, reflecting increased oversight by his new right-wing administration over such groups»

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«Plans to boost scrutiny over public funds that NGOs receive has raised concern that their activities might be restricted by a nationalist government»

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«The responsibility for monitoring NGOs has been put in the hands of Government Secretary Carlos dos Santos Cruz, a retired Army general who said the initiative will help determine whether the organizations are fulfilling their role of carrying out work that complements government actions»

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«This is the beginning of Brazil’s liberation from socialism, political correctness and a bloated state»

Più chiaro di così non lo si sarebbe potuto dire.


Reuters. 2019-01-07. Brazilian oversight of NGOs will be tightly controlled: new president

Funding of nongovernmental organizations working in Brazil will be rigidly controlled, President Jair Bolsonaro said on Monday, reflecting increased oversight by his new right-wing administration over such groups.

Plans to boost scrutiny over public funds that NGOs receive has raised concern that their activities might be restricted by a nationalist government that has criticized foreign interference in the Amazon region.

The responsibility for monitoring NGOs has been put in the hands of Government Secretary Carlos dos Santos Cruz, a retired Army general who said the initiative will help determine whether the organizations are fulfilling their role of carrying out work that complements government actions.

An executive order issued last week gave the new administration potentially far-reaching and restrictive powers over NGOs.

“The government’s intention is to optimize the use of public funds and bring more benefits” to people assisted by the NGOs, Cruz said in an interview published on Monday on the G1 news portal.

He denied the intention was to restrict their activity.

“The plan is not to interfere in the life of the organizations or restrict anything. But it’s public money. There needs to be transparency and there needs to be results,” Cruz said.

Leaders of NGOs that work in Brazil, such as Jose Miguel Vivanco, director of the Americas division of Human Rights Watch, said the decree on NGOs could be viewed in a positive light, but also expressed concerns.

If the new rules “facilitate a constructive relationship between international civil society groups and the government,” that is positive. But Vivanco said he was also worried about how far the Bolsonaro government will go in monitoring the groups.

Rules to increase oversight over NGOs was one of Bolsonaro’s very first acts after he was sworn in on Jan. 1.

Bolsonaro’s temporary decree, which expires unless it is ratified within 120 days by Congress, gives Cruz’s office the power to “supervise, coordinate, monitor and accompany the activities and actions of international organizations and nongovernmental organizations in the national territory.”

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