Local guidelines, military intervention and 'Away, Fear' give breath to truckers' strike

Local guidelines, military intervention and 'Away, Fear' give breath to truckers' strike

Category economic agenda met but strike continues for local claims and political motivation

A man with greasy hands inside a precarious mechanical workshop.He furiously bangs his hammer on the counter while shouting a series of curses at the president."No Brazilian can stand you anymore, you (...), Michel Temer. I stay here slamming a sledgehammer and I can not give food to my family, you understand (...). No one can stand this life of working and not achieve nothing! ".He ends the two-minute, 33-second video in tears, calling for support for the truckers' strike.Distributed in groups of strike drivers on WhatsApp to which BBC Brazil had access, the video illustrates the mood on Monday, the 8th truckers strike day.With the economic agenda of the carriers met, the movement continues.Now the strike is driven by local demands and a political agenda, including the departure of Michel Temer (MDB) and the defense of military intervention.The diagnosis comes from the presidents of CNTA (National Confederation of Autonomous Transporters) and Unicam (National Union of Truckers), heard...


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