Rallies under way in 80 cities against high cost of living and excessive government spending on 2014 football World Cup.....
"People are so disgusted with the system, so fed up that now we're demanding change." said Camila Sena, an 18-year-old university student.Al Jazeera's Adam Raney reports from Rio de Janeiro
"It's not that we're against the World Cup, not at all. It will bring good things for Brazil. It's just that we're against the corruption that the World Cup has become an excuse for," she said.
They are also railing against what they viewed as rampant corruption within the political class.