Sao Paulo protests possible public spending freeze of 20yrs
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Thousands flooded the streets of Sao Paulo on Monday to protest Brazilian President Michel Temer’s plans to freeze government spending until 2037. The crowds marched in the streets, holding up various placards while beating drums and chanting slogans. If the proposed constitutional amendment 241/2016 (PEC 241) passes, it will cap social welfare spending for the next 20 years.