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Brazil, officially known as the Federative Republic of Brazil, is a county located in South America that occupies half of the continents land mass. It is the fifth largest country in the world. Brazil faces the Atlantic Ocean along 4,700 kilometres of its coast line and shares more than 9,700 kilometres of inland border with every South American country except Chile and Ecuador. Brazil has a population of approximately 202 million people. Brazil’s population consists of mainly people aged between 24-25 years. In Brazil the majority of the population is located in the major cities of Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte. In Brazil 22.76 million people are employed. 99.7% of Brazil’s population have a clean drinking water source and 81.3%…show more content…
Brazilian citizens are obliged to vote and it is up to the population to choose their Legislative and Executive representatives. Every two years the people of Brazil vote to select who will represent them in the Executive and in the Legislative power. At national elections Brazilian’s must vote for who they would like to be their president, state governor, senator, federal representative and state representative and at local elections for the mayor and city councilman.
The president is the head of government in Brazil and it is up to the president to choose their aides and minsters. The state governor is the maximum executive authority in each of Brazil’s 27 states. The mayor is the maximum executive authority in a city or town and each mayor chooses secretaries to support the city’s management and
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Dilma was raised in an upper-middle household. Her father was a lawyer who immigrated to Brazil from Bulgaria and her mother was a teacher. When Brazil’s president was overthrown by a collation of civilian and military officials the, and the teenage Dilma became involved in the left-wing opposition to the government. She was associated with the militant group National liberation command. She married a fellow activist Claudio Galeno Linhares in 1968. After a raid on a Colina safe house ended in police fatalities, the pair went into hiding and afterward separated and in 1981 divorced. Dilma moved to Sao Paul, and it was there in 1970 that she was arrested by government forces and imprisoned for three
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