Tue 25 June 2013, The Independent

Brazil's president Dilma Rousseff strives to calm street protests with promises to boost spending and target corruption

By Heather Saul
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff proposed a wide range of actions to begin reforming Brazil's political system, fight corruption and improve public services, meeting some of the demands made by the millions of protesters who've taken to the streets the past week. Related Stories Return of the Twinkie: Cream of crop...
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