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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||"en Todas Las Dictaduras Siempre Hay Espacios De Resistencia Frente A La Opresión". The Action Of The Movements For Amnesty And The Control And Supervision Of The Civil And Military Regime (1975-1983) ["en Todas Las Dictaduras Siempre Hay Espacios De Resistencia Frente A La Opresión". A Atuação Dos Movimentos Pela Anistia E O Controle E Vigilância Do Regime Civil-militar (1975-1983)]|
|Author:||De Almeida Resende P.|
|Abstract:||The aim of this paper is to analyze the surveillance and control of the information security and the amnesty movement community within the called political détente. This is because the demands of those entities, particularly the Female Movement for Amnesty (MFPA) and the Brazilian Amnesty Committee (CBA), which were concentrated in the most sensitive issues for the regime even in times of political openness. By publicly denouncing, in Brazil and abroad, the crimes of dictatorship; and to demand the dismantling of the repressive apparatus besides the end of discretionary laws, these movements not only reached the high ranking military committed to an opening that was slow, gradual and safe, but also sectors within the military, clearly dissatisfied with the mobilization performance of the organized civilian opposition at that time. In this context, the movements' struggle for amnesty corroborated, in the perspective of the military, the need to establish tight surveillance on opponents or potential opponents of the regime. The analysis of the relationship between state surveillance and the performance of the amnesty movement must take into account, therefore, limits of the so called slow, gradual and safe opening practices that often seem to continue after the previous period, and bring up dissension within the Armed Forces and the mobilizing performance and ability of entities in the struggle for amnesty. We used documents from.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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