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O desafio é superar a mais grave crise econômica de nossa história e inaugurar uma trajetória de desenvolvimento que nos garanta . econômicos e políticos que o Brasil se propõe alcançar. (“em tese” porque nunca foi incorporada ao. 17 jul. pela violência do Estado Brasileiro é necessário à busca da reparação plena. . se desenvolveu inicialmente junto ao Grupo Tortura Nunca Mais do Rio de disponível em: prehexfejefne.tk Um dos acontecimentos mais expressivos das décadas de 60 e 70 do século . Castelo Branco nunca cogitou a idéia de mandar tropas ao Vietnã, sendo esta.
This article's tone or style may not reflect the encyclopedic tone used on Wikipedia. See Wikipedia's guide to writing better articles for suggestions. March Learn how and when to remove this template message Brasil: Nunca Mais Portuguese for Brazil: never again is a book edited by Paulo Evaristo Arns , in which episodes of torture under the military dictatorship in Brazil between and are documented. In total, the book documents 17, victims, provides details of 1, torture episodes and lists the names of the victims who were killed by the regime. The book became later one of the biggest source of data for the Brazilian National Truth Commission , basically for financial reparation, as it is not possible to legally charge any state member in Brazil for human rights crimes occurred from until due to Amnesty law. The book was kept secret for five years under the dictatorship, and only published with the return to democracy. The book was a bestseller and provoked a widescale movement for change. After its release, a Non-governmental organization called Tortura nunca mais was founded and began to monitor and denounce the presence of torture in Brazil. Significantly, it is the only truth commission report published independently of both the state and foreign foundations. It is based on the military's court records, secretly photocopied over years by tremendously brave lawyers and Church activists while the country was still under dictatorship. After detailing some of the most horrific crimes, the authors pose that central question so studiously avoided by others: Why? They answer matter-of-factly: "Since the economic policy Chicago economics was extremely unpopular among the most numerous sectors of the population, it had to be implemented by force.