Recession, human rights violations and political corruption have people around the world striving to protect and preserve Democracy.

More Than a Million Brazilians Protest Against ‘Horror’ Government (Link)

More than a million Brazilians have joined anti-government rallies across the country, ramping up the pressure on embattled president Dilma Rousseff.

Already struggling with an impeachment challenge, the worst recession in a century and the biggest corruption scandal in Brazil’s history, the Workers party leader was given another reason to doubt she will complete her four-year term.

The demonstrations on Sunday – which reached all 26 states and the federal district – were expected to be bigger than similar rallies last year. The largest took place in São Paulo, where the polling company Datafolha estimated the crowd at 450,000, more than double the number it registered last year.

Organisers, police and local media calculated far greater numbers. According to police sources cited by Globo, 3.5 million people took part nationwide in 326 cites, including 100,000 in Brasilia and 70,000 in Curitiba. The exact figures are contested, but undeniably huge. […]

Jonathan Watts, The Guardian

A large painting of Bernie Sanders on side of building in London, UK: "We not me."

The good people in London wait upon the results of the U.S. Democratic Primary. Why do they care what happens over here? Because we are all in this together.

Peruvians March Against Fujimori After Rivals Barred From Elections (Link)

LIMA (Reuters) – Thousands of Peruvians marched in downtown Lima on Friday to demand the electoral board bar presidential frontrunner Keiko Fujimori from next month’s vote after it disqualified two of her rivals in an unprecedented move that has shaken the race.

Protesters said the center-right politician should be thrown from the race because pictures and video show her and a running mate handing out gifts and prizes at rallies in possible violation of a new law against vote-buying. […]

“People are rising up to say enough of these irregularities and the Fujimori ambition of returning to power,” said Jorge Rodriguez, an organizer of a group called Fujimori Never Again. […]

Reuters, News Daily

Investigative Reporter Greg Palast Explains How The 2016 Election WILL Be Stolen! [VIP Interview]

 Lee Camp talks to Greg Palast, New York Times bestselling author and investigative journalist, about how he knows the 2016 election will be stolen and by whom.

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Just a Day In Democracy – 2016 was originally published on Aware & Fair

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