We republish an article of the editorial staff of A Nova Democracia:

We have seen this week, just as it was predicted in the last editorial, Bolsonaro calling for a truce before the other “powers”. Actually, it is a double move: on the one hand he became a hostage (again) of the High Command of the Armed Forces (ACFA), he is forced to hand over pieces as the Education Ministry, which are so important to the far-right, at the barter counter to stop the impeachment; on the other hand, he sees the only opportunity for a second wind with this transitory retreat, delay the outcome of the investigations that he is targeted, waiting for better conditions for his military coup.

Here we publish a preliminary and unofficial translation of an interview with the Brazilian punk band "AntiPorcos (Against the pigs)", which was published on June 23 by A Nova Democracia.

During the tempestuous times in which the world is going through, the massive protests that crossed the whole world, as a powder fuse track, were enough to move the oppressed of the Earth to shake the old imperialist order upside down. The spark was the broadcast torture and slaughter of the black unemployed worker in Minneapolis, United Stated of America, the so much revered sanctuary of democracy of capital. From the bowels of the sole hegemonic superpower, in lightning speed and with thunder power, the masses launched into the air the emblematic harbinger of new times.

On 14 June 2006, the forced eviction of the Zocalo in Oaxaca City, ordered by the tyrant Ulises Ruiz Ortiz, failed. This moment marked a turning point in the struggle of the workers and peoples of Oaxaca, as it created the unity of various efforts and agendas for a common goal: the overthrow of the tyrant and the formation of a popular government.

Young revolutionaries called for action in the city of Medellín this Wednesday, June 10, in solidarity with the uprising of the American people, in rejection of state repression and the murder of the people's children, and also in rejection of the recent influx of new US troops into the country.

In Rio de Janeiro, around 5,000 people marched on Avenida Presidente Vargas on June 7. Despite the enormous oppressive apparatus mobilized, the demonstrators were not intimidated. The protest rejected the military police (PM), their warfare against the people in the favelas and their recent murders, such as that of the young João Pedro. They also rejected fascist Bolsonaro and General Hamilton Mourão with slogans such as "Get out of Bolsonaro and take Mourão with you!" and against fascism.

Here we publish a preliminary and unofficial translation "LCP denounces attacks of repression and propagates the peasant resistance in RO", published by A Nova Democracia.

On June 1, residents of the town of Brumadinho protested for justice in Belo Horizonte, the capital of the state of Minas Gerais, one and a half years after the crime committed by the mining company Vale.