Povo sem Medo and Brasil Popular, which bring together hundreds of organizations and led the marches on Saturday (29) against the Jair Bolsonaro government, will hold meetings this Tuesday (2) to decide on the continuation of the mobilizations.
The main agendas of the fronts are acceleration of vaccination, emergency aid of R$ 600 and an end to police violence.
The fronts are made up of opposition parties (PT, PSOL, PCdoB, PSB, among others), unions and social movements.
An assessment gathered by Folha from spokespersons for social movements and parties this Monday (31) is that the protests, which gathered thousands of people in 210 cities in Brazil and in 14 countries, were successful and escaped the traps because they occur in the pandemic.
Translated by Kiratiana Freelon