“Social unrest mars 2014 World Cup”
The Mercury, 23 May 2014
The city of São Paulo has been at the centre of repeated protests against the government’s R114bn spending, writes Lizzie Dearden
The city has been at the centre of repeated and sometimes violent protests against the government’s R114 billion spending on the World Cup when the money is so badly needed elsewhere.
“People already have the feeling and that image condensed this feeling,” Paulo Ito told slate.com.
“The truth is there is so much wrong in Brazil that it is difficult to know where to start,” he said.