has the driving license is false and the guide with the mobile phone

Small personal record for a brazilian, 44 years without a residence permit in the territory of italy. In all there are four violations of the code of the street and of the single text on immigration”, which are been challenged at one time.

The agents of the team riders of the Municipal Police have ordered the alt, this morning, while he was on his way to the Lancia Y, and they found him in possession of a license released in her native country and was false.

The driver, coming from the motorway link road towards Arezzo, was noticed while making use of the phone during the guide. Not only. The car arrived at the intersection traffic light of viale Salvemini and viale Don Minzoni, crossed with the signal red.

Riders of the Pm they stopped the car and proceeded to the checking of documents, checking that the man had no other title to the goods is granted to the guide. Driving licence false, has been subject to sequestration, resulting in the detention of the vehicle.

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During the investigation it also emerged that the 44-year-old, devoid of residence permit, had already been expelled from the Italian territory without having complied with the expulsion order. It was then reported under the consolidated Text on immigration.


Brazil’s Petrobras refused to hire the tankers that were in Venezuela

Brazilian oil company Petrobras refused to hire tankers that were in the ports of Venezuela during the last years because of possible U.S. sanctions. Earlier Reuters, it became known that the vessel returned from Venezuelan waters in the backdrop of US plans to impose sanctions against dozens of tankers.

“We explained to our suppliers that we will not accept proposals from the courts, who worked in Venezuela during the period of sanctions (12 months),”— said Petrobras Reuters.

According to the Agency, the U.S. plans to impose sanctions on tankers, in order to demonstrate the ban on trade with Venezuela. Limits may be 25 supertankers with a capacity of up to 2 million barrels of oil and 17 smaller vessels.

On the relations of Venezuela and the United States — in the material “Kommersant” “Nicolas Maduro, the plan was not written”.


Watch … the Brazilian poor train on Corona first aid – thought and art – east and west

About 240 people living in poor areas of São Paulo graduated from a new first aid training course last Wednesday to help their community deal with the Corona epidemic in their area.

The poor areas of São Paulo, with a population of about 100,000, are among the areas worst affected by the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic, according to euronews.

Brazil recorded 600 deaths within the past 24 hours, the highest daily rate since the outbreak.

The Brazilian Ministry of Health also reported 114,715 confirmed cases and 7,921 deaths from the virus.

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Always straight hair with the Brazilian straightening kit that sweeps Amazon | Showcase

Seen during the first weeks of quarantine: countless women who always wear their impeccably straight hair, now sport uncontrolled curls with which they fight every morning. It is normal … the work of hairdressers and stylists is vital in many cases and, without their help, it is sometimes difficult to keep hair in line, as well groomed and healthy as usual.

Luckily, the solutions to achieve it by yourself from home are many and there are quality ones. So, in these moments when we must stay at home and we have more time than ever to dedicate to beauty, we bring one of the best options so that those rebellious curls or wavy ones do not drive you crazy.

We refer to Kativa brand Brazilian keratin and argan straightening kit which is sold in Amazon and that it has almost 3,000 ratings and over 4.5 stars on the platform. We tell you everything about him. Don’t forget that you can subscribe to Amazon Prime gatis for a month so that your orders arrive home sooner.

Always straight hair with the Brazilian straightening kit that sweeps Amazon

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What is Brazilian straightening?

For years, endless hair straightening techniques have emerged, and the truth is that most of them left it as smooth as a board … but they spoiled it. This is not the case with Brazilian straightening. He was born about 20 years ago in Brazil and became a worldwide success because It is not only about leaving the hair smooth and beautiful, but also cleaning it from within.

It is always formulated based on pure keratin -the star ingredient of all time if we talk about straightening- and other oils and manages to restore to the hair the energy and strength it has lost due to wear, external aggressions and other applied chemical processes. When treated in this way, the hair undergoes a strong repair in its structure and that is why it looks so beautiful from the outside.

How does it apply?

Each treatment and each brand specify their own ritual, but the steps match if you do it right. This is how you should apply the kit Kativa:

one. Wash your hair with the treatment Pre-Shampoo 1 (You can do it once or twice, depending on your habits), dry it with a towel (remember not to rub, just exert light pressure to remove moisture without breaking the fibers) and also with a dryer.

two. Divide the hair into two parts and apply, with the help of the brush, the Brazilian Straightener 2. Distribute it well with your hands from the roots to the ends.

3. Let it work for 15 minutes and then remove the excess product with a comb. Wash hair intensively to remove all excess treatment.

Four. Dry it with the help of a brush and a dryer until moisture is completely removed.

5. Use the iron (temperature 200º) and pass it to fine locks all over the mane. When you finish and there are no residues of the product, let the hair rest for 5 minutes.

6. Wash it again with the Shampoo 3 until all the rest of the treatment is completely withdrawn. Drain the mane well before the next step.

7. Apply the Conditioner 4: leave to act for 5 minutes and rinse with plenty of water.

8. Dry the hair only with a hairdryer and you can see the result.

Always straight hair with the Brazilian straightening kit that sweeps Amazon

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Kativa: No. 1 in straightening

The brand has developed a wide variety of straightening treatments, but this is undoubtedly the most successful: can be used on all hair types, applies easily, eliminates frizz for more than 10 weeks and it achieves the natural and brilliant ready effect that is sought.

Of course, it offers a tremendously competitive and affordable price. And its users have made it the best seller on Amazon with 4.5 stars and almost 3,000 reviews (70% of them 5 stars). These are some of his opinions.

“It took me about 2 hours with long hair and it leaves it loose, shiny and straight. After the last drying with a dryer and without a brush it is perfect ”.

“I have a lot of hair and with a boat it is plenty. It has been super smooth and without any volume, I have been three weeks and I am happy ”.

Attention also to some of their notes and advice:

– “The part of the dryer is the most cumbersome because, as the hair is soaked in product, it seems that it is not dry but it is.”

– “When you hit the dryer and the irons a lot of smoke comes out, but it’s normal, don’t panic.”

Buy for € 14.95 on Amazon

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* The recommendations so that online order deliveries can be carried out in complete safety for distributors and customers indicate that direct contact between both should be avoided, keep the safety distance and wash hands after opening the package. All delivery men are instructed to exercise extreme caution.

* All purchase prices included in this article are current as of April 2, 2020.

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Jair Bolsonaro, Brazilian echo of Donald Trump

Since he appeared in the national scene in 2018 to run for the presidency, after an obscure career as a deputy, Jair Bolsonaro has never hidden his admiration for the current tenant of the White House, Donald Trump. The two heads of state defend the same nationalist ideas, distrust science and trust their instincts more than their own experts. These similarities have never been more blatant than since the start of the health crisis.

Climatosceptics displayed, Donald Trump and Jair Bolsonaro are also “coronasceptics”: for Brasilia as for Washington, the new virus would only be a bad flu. More fear than harm, in short.

“Panic” and “hysteria”

Tuesday, March 24, during a solemn television address, Jair Bolsonaro once again denounced ” the panic ” and “Hysteria” surrounding the health crisis. If he recognized that the elderly were vulnerable, the Brazilian head of state has, in the same virile tone that his American counterpart likes, insisted that at 65, and because of his “Athletic past”, he would not feel ” almost nothing “ if it was contaminated, “No more than a little flu”.

These words echo those of Donald Trump, who regularly compares the current pandemic to the seasonal flu. A comparison he used again on Tuesday March 24 in a long interview with Fox New, as the United States began to be hit hard by the pandemic, especially in New York, America’s showcase.

Economy first

During this televised interview, Donald Trump threw a stone in the pond by evoking a possible return to normalcy for Easter, with reopening of restaurants, shops, businesses, etc. ” We are going to lose a number of people because of the flu, but we will lose more by plunging the country into a massive recession “He said to Fox News cameras.

Shortly after, Jair Bolsonaro took up this idea in his solemn intervention, attacking the governors who had taken containment measures, notably in the states of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. “We must maintain jobs and preserve the supply of families”, did he declare. ” What do we have to do ? Get people back to work. Protect the elderly, those with health problems. But nothing beyond, on the contrary », he confirmed the next day.

Both countries are federal structures, and many local officials have taken the containment measures that Brasilia or Washington refuse to take. In both cases, presidential speeches risk undermining the efforts of governors … some of whom are allies of power – such as Wilson Witzel, governor of the state of Rio de Janeiro.

In the crosshairs, China

When Jair Bolsonaro does not repeat Donald Trump’s words, he can count on his sons. And in particular the third, Eduardo. The 35-year-old federal deputy, who was tipped to be appointed ambassador to Washington, also knows how to make himself the voice of his master.

Very close to American conservative circles, whose comments he relayed on Twitter, he took up on his own, on social networks, the criticisms of Donald Trump against China, yet Brazil’s first trading partner. Since the pandemic arrived on American soil, the White House tenant has multiplied diatribes targeting China, strongly irritating the Beijing regime by using the expression “Chinese virus”.

“In private, Jair Bolsonaro also uses this speech, which angered the agro-industry, which nevertheless supported him, believes Gaspard Estrada, director of the Political Observatory of Latin America and the Caribbean (Opalc) at Sciences-Po. The danger of his behavior is twofold. From a health point of view first. Aware of the danger, the governors announced at the end of their meeting on Wednesday 25 March that they would assume their responsibilities, regardless of Brasilia’s attitude. From a democratic point of view, then. Jair Bolsonaro is more and more isolated, requests for dismissal have been made … We do not know how could react this president so critical of the democratic system.


At least 1,350 prisoners escape from three jails in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo

At least 1,350 prisoners escaped on Monday from three prisons in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, the country’s most populous, after a series of riots motivated by restrictions on visits and temporary exits due to the fight against the coronavirus, authorities reported.

The Militarized Police (PM) of Sao Paulo indicated that at least 400 detainees fled from Mongaguá, on the state coast; another 926, which were mostly in a semi-open regime, in Mirandópolis, interior of the state, and another 30 from Taubaté, in the region known as Vale do Paraíba. According to the information, riots are reported in these and other prison centers with a number of hostages not yet reported.

The rebellions were motivated by restrictions on the temporary visits and exits of prisoners taken as part of measures to control the spread of the coronavirus.

The São Paulo Public Security Secretariat has refrained from reporting the exact number of prisoners who escaped, but confirmed in a statement that “acts of insubordination are taking place in Mongaguá, Tremembé and Porto Feliz, in addition to the semi-open pavilion in Mirandópolis” .

The regional body indicated that the reason for the riots was “the suspension of the temporary departure that was scheduled for Tuesday.” “Both the Rapid Intervention Group (GIR) and the Militarized Police were activated and are at the forefront of the situation” to recapture the escaped prisoners, the sources said.

The riots were motivated by the measures to control the spread of COVID-19 ruled by the Sao Paulo judicial bodies, which decided that the temporary departure of prisoners with the right to the semi-open regime should be “rescheduled by the corrections judges of the presidios” .

“The measure was necessary because it would benefit more than 34,000 convicts of the semi-open regime, who, returning to prisons, would increase the potential to contaminate and spread the coronavirus in a vulnerable population, generating health risks for public servants and those in custody”, stressed the statement.

In the prisons where the escapes were recorded, dozens of prisoners are still in riot. Local media outlets have reported explosions and released images of detainees with covered faces burning mattresses.

Authorities did not report whether there are hostages in the riots.


Sobral, a Brazilian city hostage to striking police officers | International

Sobral, a city of just over 200,000 inhabitants of northeastern Brazil, has been for 13 days the epicenter of a serious security crisis that has caused surreal scenes. Cid Gomes, a senator born in the city and an opponent of President Jair Bolsonaro, was shot when trying to break into an enclosure of striking policemen who have taken the city hostage, with surveillance on the streets reduced to a minimum.

The protesters, members of the military police – the one who usually intervene in the streets – had occupied the Sobral barracks in the State of Ceará on February 18. They also rioted in the state capital, Fortaleza. They are unhappy with their salaries and the promotion system and body scales. Camilo Santana, governor of Ceará and a militant of the Workers Party (PT, the main opposition formation), promised to take on some of his demands to placate the protests. Although some professional associations accepted the possibility of an agreement, part of the agents rejected it and rebelled. Thirteen days has lasted the illegal strike that has kept the city of Sobral hostage to the mutineers for 13 days.

Striking military police have returned to their jobs on Monday morning after they gave up last night and ended the strike, although without achieving the amnesty they were looking for.

A climate of panic had taken over the State, which accounted for 220 murders from the start of the strike until Saturday, an average of 20 homicides a day, compared to 12 newspapers last year. The most unusual episode occurred on February 19 in Sobral, when hooded policemen forced merchants to close their stores. “Sobral things have always happened in Sobral, but I had never seen the city change like that day,” says Francisco Belarmino de Lima, 56, from his cafeteria, in the street of the barracks taken. He was about to return home when police sirens began to sound insistently. At least three official cars circulated around the center, from which hooded men gestured nervously urging business to close. The neighbors believed that they were criminals who had stolen vehicles to storm the city.

“Sobral looked like a city at war. We lived an hour of panic, we thought they were criminal gangs. Only after we understood that it was the police themselves, when they heard the news on the radio, ”says a woman who does not want to be identified. Few official cars circulate on the streets. “We hardly see cops. I come to work with fear, ”says saleswoman Francisca Alves.

The conflict in Sobral is the climax of the escalating tension caused by a latent police unrest in Ceará. Although the Brazilian Constitution prohibits the arrest of military police because of the essential nature of their activity, these facts are recurring. Eight years ago, Ceará went on a strike that catapulted several military police officers in charge of councilors and deputies. Then it lasted six days and the protesters were amnestied.

The military police have a great weight in the spaces of power, but their leaders no longer play the same centrality in decision making. The mutineers are mainly young soldiers who did not participate in the previous strike and who see the hard-handed speech of ultra-right-wing president Bolsonaro as a solution to the problem of insecurity. “If there were any other president in power, we would be treated as criminals. The president has not solved our problem because the system does not leave him. The State Government has to do it, ”says a quartered in Sobral.

Since the beginning of the strike, the federal government has sent more than 2,000 soldiers to Ceará at the request of the governor, to carry out security tasks, in a deployment extended on Saturday until Friday. Bolsonaro had considered withdrawing them, which was interpreted as an indirect approval of the strike. In Sobral, protesters also interpret the fact positively. “We know that he does what he can because, as president, he cannot say that he agrees with an illegal movement,” says one quartered.

At the beginning of his military career, Bolsonaro led a riot. Thus he created a support base that kept him 30 years in Congress, from where he has always defended the demands of the body. Security is one of its main flags and its ideas beat in the most radicalized sector of the mutineers. “Our generation knows that there is only security if we can shoot. The crime is huge, ”defends another policeman.

Today, representatives of Congress and the Supreme Court maneuver behind the scenes to ensure that the military remains in Ceará. Protesters call for amnesty, something that the State Government considers non-negotiable. The tension has increased since the Prosecutor’s Office began investigating the mutineers. The strike already lasts twelve days and its end is not glimpsed.


Lula seeks his place in Brazilian politics | International

He said nothing. It was unnecessary. The expression of the Brazilian Nanci Ramos Menezes, 64, said it all. His face was one of deep disappointment. When he heard that former President Lula da Silva, 74, was not going to arrive, that he was canceling his presence at the event where he had been waiting for him for two hours, he had an instant of disbelief. But yes, it was confirmed. Lula raised at the last minute about 250 people gathered by the Movement of Affected by Dams, a veteran popular movement, in Betim (Minas Gerais) this Friday of strong storms. The politician would be in that city, 27 kilometers from Brumadinho, on the eve of the first anniversary of the most serious industrial disaster in Brazil, which this Saturday remembers the 270 people devoured by a tidal wave of mud in a mine.

It was an opportunity for Lula to meet again, for the first time since he was released two and a half months ago, with his followers from Minas Gerais, to achieve a place at the same time on television and in the national debate. Until the warning came: his security team advised him not to travel to Betim in a storm of heavy rain that has caused at least a dozen deaths.

While a sleepy Brazil enjoys the pre-Carnival summer, Lula is dedicated to reorganizing the Workers’ Party, which he founded almost 40 years ago, and his life. Widowed, he has a girlfriend, plans to get married and is looking for a new home. Disciplined, start the day with walks and weights and try not to lengthen working hours. “He is seeing friends, center-left governors,” explains his spokesman. In addition, he has chaired a PT continuation congress, has been applauded in political-festive events and has played a soccer match with Chico Buarque and members of the Movement of the Landless.

He seeks his place in Brazilian politics after 19 months imprisoned for corruption and two convictions that prevent him from being a candidate. “He must strengthen the left, he must speak to the bases,” said Ramos Menezes de Lula when he was still expected as a star player.

It is not easy for the leftist to find his place because Bolsonaro and his people, with a torrent of controversial decisions and explosive statements, leave almost no one in political discourse. The only one who occasionally peeks into the headlines is the president of the Chamber of Deputies. As happened in the United States when Trump arrived with his groundbreaking uses for the Presidency, the Brazilian press is with his tongue out trying to cover Bolsonarism, which covers the classic news channels and networks.

An example. The 24 hours prior to Lula’s act began with a racist comment. Bolsonaro said that, “increasingly, Indians are human beings like us.” He also threatened to downgrade the ministry run by his most popular minister, Sergio Moro. The former judge was silent publicly, but made it known through third parties that if it were consummated he would leave; and an Instagram account was opened that had nothing more than half a million followers. Bolsonaro rushed off from India, where he is on an official visit. No, Moro’s ministry remains as it is. Meanwhile, a veteran soap opera lady celebrates her seventh day considering whether to accept the presidential invitation to be Minister of Culture to replace Goebbels’ plagiarist. It seems logical that Brazilians love memes.

Doctor in Political Science Flavia Bozza Martins argues that Lula can now better gauge how things are in public opinion and institutional politics. “It is important because perhaps he did not see clearly from his cell in the Federal Police that public opinion is disconnected.” One of the difficulties he faces is that the rallies are attended only by militants and “the lack of space in the traditional media prevents Lula from reaching the ears of ordinary citizens as he would like.”

He also has a difficult relationship with the press, including the ubiquitous Globo network. The former president has stated that he would like to give a live interview but “no media from the Globo group has asked to interview him,” according to Lula’s spokesman, who upon regaining his freedom only spoke to foreign media -including this newspaper- and some Brazilian blogs.

The political scene, with municipal elections in October, is another challenge. “Despite the fact that important figures of the PT have declared that it is a crucial moment for Brazilian democracy and that it has to join forces with other forces to stop the growth of the right, (the party) has great difficulty in stepping back and resigning to hegemony or broad prominence in the name of a more electorally viable candidacy ”, explains this political scientist from the Rio de Janeiro State University. Because of corruption, a part of Brazil hates with all its soul the party, Lula and even the red that symbolizes them.

On Friday in a hotel in Belo Horizonte, the worker who made history by presiding over Brazil met with the leaders of the PT in Minas Gerais. His message was clear: at the municipal level, all possible candidates must be presented. He insisted that “we need the claw of the beginning, the claw of the eighties” in the face of the “criminalization of the PT”, explains Andrea Cangussu, 37 years old, secretary petista of a woman in Minas. He tells it in Betim, after Leonardo Boff, 82, father of Liberation Theology, and those affected by the dams have finished their interventions. A live band and the snack distribution liven up the wait for Lula.

He “is returning to his role as a political coordinator with the local PT groups. It works in a dialectical process with the party. Listen, speak, argue … He does not impose, but his opinion counts a lot, he is a voice with political experience that carries a lot of weight, “says his spokesman.

Sentenced to 25 years for corruption, he has several pending cases. “There are many legal ramifications, so Lula can go back to prison or his trials can be annulled,” says the political scientist. That is why he considers that the largest party in Brazil – and the largest parliamentary group – makes a fairly risky bet by insisting on the name of Lula. He adds that if the idea was to bet on a new leader, it should already be being built. But there is no hint. Lula’s figure outshines his party and the Brazilian left. Oliver Stuenkel, from the Getulio Vargas Foundation, agrees: “Every day that passes is a lost day to build new leadership.”

He was awarded in Spain this Friday, 43rd anniversary of the Atocha massacre, by the foundation that remembers the murdered lawyers. Award that thanks in a video. Meanwhile, one of the confessed murderers, the ultra Carlos Garcia Juliá, awaits his impending extradition from Brazil. Lula would like the first trip abroad in this new stage to go to France to collect the title of Honorary Citizen of Paris awarded by Socialist Mayor Anne Hidalgo while in prison.

Once she accepted resignedly that she would not see their leader in Betim, the pedagogue Ramos Menezes said: “We have to encourage the people because they are going to be frustrated.” He trusts that the municipal campaign will give him a new opportunity to listen live to his admired Lula.


Flamengo snatches the Copa Libertadores from River Plate in the last minutes | sports

If Mario Vargas Llosa started Conversation in the cathedral Wondering when Peru got screwed, Flamengo from Brazil had to come to Lima to know when his curse ended in the highest competition in South America: the answer was this Saturday, November 23, just 38 years after his so far only Copa Libertadores, when in the last three minutes he reversed a disadvantage against River Plate and took, with a format of feat, the second maximum continental title in its history.

The Rio de Janeiro giant beat River 2-1 and, after almost four decades of waiting, found its international claim at the Monumental de Lima, the magnificent venue for the first unique final in the tournament’s history. Flamengo was too big for that one in 1981, led by Zico, to be their only Copa Libertadores. From December 11 he will try to win the Club World Cup in Qatar encouraged by a good wink as a precedent: in the old format, the Intercontinental in 1981, just beat Liverpool, also current European representative.

For the Brazilian team it is time for new heroes, like Gabriel Gabigol Barbosa, top scorer of the Libertadores with 9 goals and author of the two goals in the 88th and 91st minutes to beat a River that was in advantage almost the entire game and delivered with pain, although also with pride, the throne that last year He had beaten Boca, his greatest rival, in Madrid.

Until 43 minutes into the second half, there was nothing to predict that Flamengo would come out alive from the ambush that Marcelo Gallardo’s River had set for him. Even the extension seemed like big business. Sustained in its soccer quality and economic power, as if it were a European team competing in South America, it was thought that the Brazilian team would show its presence from the beginning. There was a reason why he was the favorite: Jorge Jesús’ CV and charisma on the substitute bench, Gabigol and Bruno Henrique’s goals up front, and the experience in the big leagues of Felipe Luis, Diego Alves and Rafinha in defense seemed to confirm a combo enough that would take Flamengo to stomp on the Monumental de Lima.

However, the team that swept Gremio 5-0 in the Cup semifinals and is about to become champion of Brasileirao – this Sunday, if the results of their pursuers help him, they can win the title of their country – no there was news until two minutes before the end. River, a team used to playing decisive games, took the lead with a goal from the Colombian Rafael Santos Borré, a former Villarreal forward, 14 minutes into the first half and he controlled the rest of the game without major problems.

If Enzo Pérez and his 34 years and Exequel Palacios and his 21 had been the owners of the Peruvian afternoon, Gabigol -a 23-year-old talent who passed without noise for Inter Milan and Benfica between 2016 and 2018- entered Olympus Flamengo, the team with the largest number of genuine fans in the world: according to surveys, 40 million of the almost 200 million Brazilians are from Mengao, as it thundered in Lima this Saturday.

In three minutes, Flamengo finished with 38 years of being screwed in the Libertadores.

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