A group of British MP, Union leaders, intellectuals and artists wrote to the Guardian newspaper asking for direct elections in Brazil.
A year from the Coup an increasing number of people are concerned with what has been happening in Brazil.
The ousting of President Dilma Rousseff has taken Brazil into deeper recession and greater unemployment.
The achievements of the non-elected president Temer seems to have been the curtailment of workers’ rights, a destruction of the hard fought for social welfare and security system and the escalation of violence.
He has disregarded the rights of minority groups such as indigenous populations and Afro-decendent “quilombola” communities and is threatening the environment by opening the Amazon to Mining and Exploration.
See the letter prominent British personalities wrote to the Guardian