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Brazilian State prosecutor to investigate land grab highlighted by Oxfam

Brazilian State prosecutor to investigate land grab highlighted by Oxfam | Accaparement Brésil | Scoop.it

29 October 2013, Oxfam International -- "Following the release of Oxfam’s report, Nothing sweet about it, describing the growing threat of land grabs in the sugar industry, Silvia Regina, the Brazilian State prosecutor overseeing the State of Pernambuco, announced last week that the Federal Public Ministry (MPF) will launch an investigation into delays in resolving one of the cases highlighted in the report.


The case involves a local community in the islands of Sirinhaém on the coast of the state of Pernambuco, Brazil that was violently evicted from their homes to make way for the Usina Trapiche sugar mill, which supplies sugar to Coca-Cola and PepsiCo. The prosecutor convened a public hearing to assess delays since 2009 in the creation of an Extractive Reserve (RESEX) on the land that would enable the local community to return to the mangroves where they fished and grew food to earn a living and feed their families. ..."


- See more at: http://www.oxfam.org/en/grow/pressroom/pressrelease/2013-10-29/brazilian-state-prosecutor-investigate-land-grab#sthash.n7Ofikde.dpuf

 

Photo: Maria Nazarete dos Santos (41) at the boundary between the mangrove and the sugar plantation, Sirinhaem, Pernambuco, Brazil.


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Amid Federal Land Grab in Brazil, Whole Towns Evicted at Gunpoint, some wearing UN insignia, as well as Marxist terror groups

Amid Federal Land Grab in Brazil, Whole Towns Evicted at Gunpoint, some wearing UN insignia,  as well as Marxist terror groups | Accaparement Brésil | Scoop.it
Federal Brazilian police and military personnel, some wearing UN insignia, are forcibly relocating communities in Brazil at gunpoint under the guise of returning land to Indians. by Alex Newman

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Brazilian State prosecutor to investigate land grab highlighted by Oxfam

Brazilian State prosecutor to investigate land grab highlighted by Oxfam | Accaparement Brésil | Scoop.it

29 October 2013, Oxfam International -- "Following the release of Oxfam’s report, Nothing sweet about it, describing the growing threat of land grabs in the sugar industry, Silvia Regina, the Brazilian State prosecutor overseeing the State of Pernambuco, announced last week that the Federal Public Ministry (MPF) will launch an investigation into delays in resolving one of the cases highlighted in the report.


The case involves a local community in the islands of Sirinhaém on the coast of the state of Pernambuco, Brazil that was violently evicted from their homes to make way for the Usina Trapiche sugar mill, which supplies sugar to Coca-Cola and PepsiCo. The prosecutor convened a public hearing to assess delays since 2009 in the creation of an Extractive Reserve (RESEX) on the land that would enable the local community to return to the mangroves where they fished and grew food to earn a living and feed their families. ..."


- See more at: http://www.oxfam.org/en/grow/pressroom/pressrelease/2013-10-29/brazilian-state-prosecutor-investigate-land-grab#sthash.n7Ofikde.dpuf

 

Photo: Maria Nazarete dos Santos (41) at the boundary between the mangrove and the sugar plantation, Sirinhaem, Pernambuco, Brazil.


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