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Type: Artigo
Title: The Brazilian union movement in the twenty-first century : the PT governments, the coup, and the counterreforms
Author: Galvão, Andréia
Marcelino, Paula
Abstract: Unionism, an allied, albeit subordinate, force in the neodevelopmentalist political front of the governments of Lula da Silva and Dilma Rousseff, was relatively absent from the mobilizations against or in favor of Dilma’s impeachment compared with other social movements and sought to resist and, in a way, realign itself to counter the counterreforms of Michel Temer’s government. Although union and popular demonstrations have multiplied, the absence of a unified strategy in the face of the coup and the reforms have weakened the possibilities of union resistance, and losses for workers have accumulated
metadata.dc.description.abstractalternative: O sindicalismo foi uma força aliada, ainda que subordinada, na frente política neodesenvolvimentista dos governos de Lula da Silva e Dilma Rousseff, foi uma força política relativamente ausente nas mobilizações contra ou a favor do impeachment de Dilma, se comparado a outros movimentos sociais e tem procurado resistir e, de certo modo, se realinhar, para enfrentar as contrarreformas do governo de Michel Temer. No entanto, apesar de as manifestações sindicais e populares terem se multiplicado, a ausência de uma estratégia unificada diante do golpe e das reformas fragilizou as possibilidades de resistência sindical e as perdas para os trabalhadores têm se acumulado
Subject: Brasil
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: Sage
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1177/0094582X19887927
Date Issue: Mar-2020
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