Talk:Workers' Movement and other social movements support Lula, Senators warn of 'Chavenization'
This is what I have seen here watching to Brazilian Senate sessions (on TV) and what I have read in the newspapapers. I live in Brazil. --Carlosar 27 June 2005 21:06 (UTC)
I've corrected some of the spelling errors. I'm not sure what is meant by "attemptvie of culp against Lula government", so can't correct that. Also, I'm not sure what 'Chavenization' means, which should either be explained or linked to a Wikipedia article.
In the beginning of the second paragraph "They said that they defend...", who 'they' is needs to be clarified. I presume it means the social movements, but left it as I wasn't 100% sure. -- Keith 27 June 2005 21:31 (UTC)
First of all I would like to thank you for your help and sorry. I rewrote the paragraph and I hope that it is clearer now. When I wrote "Chavenization" I wanted to mean: becoming the same as of Hugo Chávez's government. The President of Venezuela got "super powers" (not limited by Constitution) because of populism and the support of some social movements. Did you understand? --Carlosar 28 June 2005 02:11 (UTC)