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Brazil will have problems with both Trump and Biden, forecasts analyst

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São Paulo – Researcher at the National Institute of Science and Technology for Studies on the United States Neusa Bodijkian predicts that Brazil should not have an easy life in the coming years, regardless of who wins the US elections, scheduled to take place on November 3. The dispute will occur, according to her, in a scenario marked by a triple crisis – of health, economic and social – resulting from the pandemic.

This Thursday (1st), including President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania were diagnosed with the covid-19. With the disease, part of the voters must exercise their vote by post, which should bring even more uncertainty to a process that is already quite complex.

Trump has also affirmed that he may not recognize the result of the elections, due to alleged frauds occurred in the sending of ballots. The probability is that the counting of votes will be slower, with the risk of legalizing the dispute.

“This is a threat to democracy, a value that Americans sell to the whole world,” said Neusa, who is also a professor of international relations, in an interview with Glauco Faria, in Current Brazil Newspaper this Friday (2).

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Despite President Jair Bolsonaro’s automatic alignment with Donald Trump, his eventual re-election should not bring commercial benefits to Brazil. On the contrary. The risk is that the concessions that the Brazilian government has been making to the Americans, as in steel and ethanol, for example, have been in vain.

On the other hand, with a possible victory for Democrat Joe Biden, the United States’ trade war against China tends to slow down. As a result, Brazilian agricultural products would lose space in the US market. In addition, in the presidential debate held last Tuesday, the Democratic candidate highlighted the environmental devastation in Brazil, threatening to retaliate against the country.

“Our diplomacy has created a conflict that does not help us. When he makes an option to support a certain candidate, he ends up tainting a stance that Brazil has always respected, of not getting involved in the domestic politics of other countries, ”he said.

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Writing: Tiago Pereira

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Banda Novo Planeta brings maturity and vibrant message in debut single

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São Paulo – The São Paulo band Novo Planeta debuted, this Friday (30th), on all digital platforms, with their first single Message from Jah, one of the five tracks of the project The Bonanza, which has no release date yet. In this first work, the four members of the group show maturity through a vibrant message.

The union came about after sharing the same passion for Brazilian popular music and also for poetry. Another common denominator, which resulted in the group’s sound aesthetics, is that everyone was inspired, since much younger, in groups that made history in Brazil, such as O Rappa, Charlie Brown Jr and Natiruts.

The group promises to bring songs filled with inspiration in its main references. In a constant process of transformation, the band brings songs that can be a breath in times of a Brazil marked by adversity.

Before the emergence of the current name, Novo Planeta, the quartet had already met and presented themselves as Made In THC, which later became New Planet. In 2018, they played at Matilha Cultural, an important and historic space in downtown São Paulo, responsible for being the gateway for many independent artists on the circuit.

In the band Novo Planeta, Dimas Santos, Mano Bob, is responsible for the voice and guitar. Gabriel Ramalho, known as Ramall, works on percussion and second voice. Meanwhile, Henrique Naske plays the drums and Rafael Almeida, the guitar.

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