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巴西大规模抗议举办世界杯带来的高税赋和公共成本增加  

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Brazil protests spread in Sao Paulo, Brasilia and Rio

巴西大规模抗议举办世界杯带来的高税赋和公共成本增加 - 老鬼看盘 - 老鬼看盘

 

巴西大规模抗议举办世界杯带来的高税赋和公共成本增加 - 老鬼看盘 - 老鬼看盘

 

巴西大规模抗议举办世界杯带来的高税赋和公共成本增加 - 老鬼看盘 - 老鬼看盘

 

巴西大规模抗议举办世界杯带来的高税赋和公共成本增加 - 老鬼看盘 - 老鬼看盘

 

巴西大规模抗议举办世界杯带来的高税赋和公共成本增加 - 老鬼看盘 - 老鬼看盘

 

巴西大规模抗议举办世界杯带来的高税赋和公共成本增加 - 老鬼看盘 - 老鬼看盘

 

As many as 200,000 people have marched through the streets of Brazil's biggest cities, as protests over rising public transport costs and the expense of staging the 2014 World Cup have spread.(巴西在巴西利亚、圣保罗等大城市抗议游行,来自因为举办世界杯而带来的公交成本的增加)

The biggest protests were in Rio de Janeiro, where stone-throwing youths clashed with police, and in Sao Paulo.

In the capital, Brasilia, people breached security at the National Congress building and scaled its roof.

The protests are the largest seen in Brazil for more than 20 years.(这次抗议是巴西近20年最大规模的一次)

The trigger was a 2 June increase in the price of a single bus fare in Sao Paulo from 3 reals ($1.40, ?0.90) to 3.20. Authorities said the rise was well below inflation, which since the last price increase in January 2011 has been 15.5%, according to official figures.(事件的起因是因为巴士逃票的价格从3雷亚尔(折合1.4美元)增加到3.20雷亚尔,官方解释说由于通货膨胀带来上涨15%的票价)

In the country soon due to host the World Cup and Olympics, many are now complaining that vast sums of money are being wasted instead of used for health and education, says the BBC's Gary Duffy in Sao Paulo.

Political leaders have also been accused of nepotism and corruption.

'Legitimate'

Protests were reported in as many as 11 cities on Monday.

Demonstrators chanted slogans, including "The people have awakened", the BBC's Julia Carneiro reports from Sao Paulo.

The demonstrations were relatively peaceful, though some of the 100,000 people estimated to have taken to the streets in Rio de Janeiro threw rocks at police, wounding five officers, set fire to a car and vandalised the state assembly building, starting a small blaze.

The police reportedly used tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets to disperse them.

There were also clashes with police in Belo Horizonte, which was hosting the latest game in the Confederations Cup, the warm-up tournament for the World Cup. An 18 year old is reportedly in a stable condition in hospital after falling from an overpass in the city.

And in Brasilia, more than 200 protesters managed to get onto the roof of the National Congress building. After negotiations with police, the crowd agreed to leave. Later, youths formed a human chain around the building, the AFP news agency said.

In Sao Paulo, some 65,000 protesters gathered at a central plaza before moving off in three directions, bringing the main avenues to a standstill.

Police stood by and watched the demonstrations, in contrast to last week when clashes in the city led to dozens of injuries and claims of excessive use of force by police. Police denied they had acted unlawfully but said they would investigate the allegations.

Security chiefs had met protest organisers earlier on Monday in an attempt to avert trouble and announced that regular police would not carry rubber bullet guns at the demonstration.

There were also protests in the cities of Vitoria, Novo Hamburgo, Belem and Maceio, where a student was reportedly shot in the face by a motorist angry with a crowd that blocked the road.

"Peaceful demonstrations are legitimate," President Dilma Rousseff said in a statement. "It is natural for the young to demonstrate."

However, Sports Minister Aldo Rebelo warned protesters that the authorities would not allow them to disrupt the Confederations Cup or next year's World Cup.

"The government assumed the responsibility and the honour to stage these two international events and will do so, ensuring the security and integrity of the fans and tourists," he said.

Before Saturday's opening Confederations Cup match in the capital, Brasilia, protesters tried to approach the Mane Garrincha stadium, but were dispersed by the police.

The following day, a similar march close to the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro was ended by police with rubber bullets and tear gas.


Julia Carneiro BBC Brasil, Sao Paulo

The mass of people gathered at Sao Paulo's Largo da Batata was impressive - but more impressive was that after the demonstration began, thousands more kept arriving, streaming peacefully towards the city's main avenues in a constant flow.

Their bright banners bore diverse demands - but all reflected a fatigue with what people here get from the state. I repeatedly heard the word "tired": protesters told me they were tired of corruption, of nepotism, of high taxes paid for poor public services.

People chanted that others should join the movement and that "the people have awakened". They warned foreigners not to come to the World Cup - because of the billions of dollars being spent on stadiums.

Soon Sao Paulo's main avenues were blocked and part of the demonstration headed towards the state's Government Palace. There were clashes with police, but nothing like the crackdown seen last week.

This protest was mirrored on the streets of Rio, Brasilia, Belo Horizonte and other cities. Brazilians are asking for change - in a scale the country hasn't seen fordecades.


示威者在表达多样化的主场 - 但多数反映了这里的人工作的疲劳,曾多次听到“累”字;示威者告诉说,他们厌倦了腐败,裙带关系,糟糕的公共服务所支付的高税收。人们高呼,其他人应该加入的运动和“人民已经觉醒”。他们警告说外国人不来世界杯 -,因为数十亿美元花在场馆的建设和腐败上,现在很多人都抱怨说,巨额资金被浪费,而不是用于医疗卫生和教育。

 


 

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