FDCL shares this document:
We, Brazilian peasants, family farmers, indigenous peoples, traditional peoples and communities, community
scientists, social and trade union movements and urban groups, aware of the themes to be discussed at
COP14, hereby manifest our position.
We begin with a contextualization.
For the information of citizens from other countries attending the Conference, we alert that antidemocratic actions, such as mass dissemination of fake news, in favour of interests and commitments alien to the needs of the Brazilian population, have affronted the 1988 Brazilian Federal Constitution. The result of the elections in our country has brought threats to human rights, freedom of expression, the right to diversity, the right to protest and to free political organization, among others…..
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