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About Conor Foley

Conor Foley is a humanitarian aid worker who has worked for a variety of human rights and humanitarian aid organisations.

Conor Foley es un trabajador de la ayuda humanitaria que ha trabajado en diferentes organizaciones de defrechos humanos y de ayuda humanitaria.

 

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Should Judge Moro have accepted the Ministry of Justice offered by Bolsonaro?

If judge Moro adopts the same methods that he used in Operation Lava Jato in his new role, human rights, justice and democracy face a bleak future in Brazil. Español

¿Debería el juez Moro haber aceptado el cargo de ministro de Justicia?

Si Sergio Moro adopta los mismos métodos que usó en la Operación Lava Jato en su nuevo rol, los derechos humanos, la justicia y la democracia se enfrentan a un futuro sombrío en Brasil. English

It is not all about Lula any more

In a surprisingly short amount of time Brazil's Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT) have come to be seen by many as the party of the establishment. The result has been a swathe of protest votes that have cost Dilma Rousseff an electoral majority and lead to a second round in which the Greens, though eliminated, may yet play a deciding role.
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