BELO HORIZONTE BAD ADMINISTRATION: dialogue on invisibility.
Thanks for visiting the blog, sorry my poor english. Thanks google translate!Marina da Silva
Bank of lacerda
The weight of the garbage erodes their bodies robbing them of an absolute surplus value unimaginable! Garbage is dirty gold of the century, but fails to provide visibility to workers, men, women, children of all ages, the pariahs that make ugly Belo Horizonte and "reject" public shelters for love living in inhumane conditions by streets of the metropolis! In 2005 politicians tried electorally see the "tragedy invisibility" selling motorized carts to accelerate gains with recyclable and even stimulate the absolute and relative cooperation of workers with alms-state: the purse-pickers[monthly allowance]. It all but disappeared when the scandal PSDB / PT "Mensalão" exploded! What came after was the second shock management that worsened what was already bad, with public spending cuts, wage squeeze of civil servants, absurd increase in outsourcing in city administration.
Blind in Belo Horizonte are very few, most who sees but apathetic, under-represented in a false representative democracy, ultimately doing nothing to overcome the invisibility, clinging to to brighter days are ahead, the next government will change... But in Minas Gerais and Belo Horizonte politicians live married, corrupted, without dissension, conflict of interest, are socio-mutualísticos competitors taking turns in office every two years by applying the law of Gerson**: take advantage of everything!
Law of Gerson**: Gerson was one of the most incredible and important soccer player from Brazil. After making a cigarette advertising jargon which was "like to take advantage of everything right." The phrase became popular and today represents what is worst in Brazilian politics: the high degree of corruption!