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We the people ask the federal government to Take or explain a position on an issue or policy:

Position yourself against the Bolivarian communist expansion in Brazil promoted by the administration of Dilma Rousseff

Created by F.P. on October 28, 2014

On 10/26, Dilma Rousseff was reelected, and will continue his party's plan to establish a communist regime in Brazil - the Bolivarian molds propounded by the Foro de São Paulo. We know that in the eyes of the international community, the election was fully democratic, but the ballot boxes used are not reliable, apart from the fact the heads of the judiciary, are mostly members of the winning party. Social policies also influenced the choice of the president, and people were threatened with losing their food allowance if they do not re-elect Dilma. We call a White House position in relation to communist expansion in Latin America. Brazil does not want and will not be a new Venezuela, and the USA that need help the promoters of democracy and freedom in Brazil.

Foreign Policy

Response to Petition

A Response to Your Petition on U.S.-Brazil Relations

Thank you for signing a White House We the People petition concerning U.S.-Brazil relations.

The U.S. and Brazil are natural partners.

As two of the world's largest democracies, both countries and their leaders strive to protect the aspirations of all citizens -- at home and abroad – to live in freedom. As two multi-racial, multi-ethnic societies, both countries know that societies are stronger when they uphold the rights of all people. And as two of the world's largest economies, each of our countries understands that lasting prosperity and confronting the injustices of poverty and inequality can only come when we truly invest in people.

That is why President Obama has worked closely with President Rousseff to partner on tackling global challenges, including advancing agriculture development in Africa. Under their leadership, both countries are taking significant steps to combat climate change by reducing carbon emissions, setting new goals on clean energy, and increasing use of renewable energy to 20 percent by 2030. 

U.S.-Brazil relations

Did you know that President Rousseff recently visited President Obama at the White House? Check out their remarks here:

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