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Lula and the Workers" Party in Brazil

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Published by New Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Lula,,
  • Practical Politics,
  • Political Process - Political Parties,
  • Labor & Industrial Relations - General,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Political Science,
  • Partido dos Trabalhadores (Brazil),
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Partido dos Trabalhadores (Bra,
  • Latin America - South America,
  • 1945-,
  • Politics and government,
  • General,
  • 1985-2002,
  • Brazil

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages240
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8666836M
ISBN 101565848667
ISBN 109781565848665

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  Brazil's former president Lula walks free from prison after supreme court ruling This article is more than 9 months old Workers’ party leader had been held for days for corruption. The Brazilian Workers Party is the most important political formation to emerge in Latin America for many years. Under the charismatic leadership of an ex-metalworker and union official, Luis Inácio da Silva, known simply as “Lula” by the Brazilian masses, the Workers Party won 31 million votes to come within three per cent of winning the presidential election on a bold anti. Lula and his Workers Party won comfortably with nearly 62 percent of Brazil's popular vote. This book tells the story of the Workers Party's origins and electoral history, outlining the key politicians behind it and the riveting story of their four successive tries for power. Lula's Challenge --The Rise of the Workers Party --The Making of a Leader --The Fernando Henrique Cardoso Legacy --Porto Alegre: Public Power Beyond the State. Other Titles: Politics transformed: Responsibility: Sue Branford and Bernardo Kucinski, with Hilary Wainwright. More information: Contributor biographical information; Publisher description.

Lula and the Workers Party in Brazil Bernardo Kucinski, Author, Hilary Wainwright, Author, Sue Branford, Author New Press $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author.   Of the last five presidential elections in Brazil, four were won by a single political party. The Workers’ Party has been the single largest force in the country’s politics since the turn of the millennium, governing Brazil for 14 years, uninterrupted.   An enormous trove of secret documents reveals that Brazil’s most powerful prosecutors, who have spent years insisting they are apolitical, instead plotted to prevent the Workers’ Party, or PT. Lula, the workers' party and the governability dilemma in Brazil. "Hernan Gomez Bruera looks inside the PT and its social networks to understand how state power has transformed the party's reform agenda. His book provides a unique and highly insightful account of Read the workers\' party and the governability dilemma in Brazil\/span.