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Blog do Cesar MaiaBrazilian Landless Workers Occupy Nineteen Locales
Rio de Janeiro, Sep 26 (Prensa Latina) The Brazilian Landless Workers Movement (MST) occupied 19 haciendas and public places in several Brazilian states Monday, demanding fulfilment of government promises on agrarian reform.
In simultaneous actions, regional delegations of the Institute of Agrarian Reform in the cities of Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Cuiaba, Aracaju, Florianopolis, Chapeco and Caceres, and five haciendas in the states of Rio Grande do Sul. Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais were occupied.
Seven toll collecting offices in the state of Parana were also occupied, and vehicles are passing without paying, The MST regional representation demands an end to toll roads.
MST also demands change in the national economic policy and commitment to establish 430,000 families on land by the end of 2006, which was promised in November 2003, as well as fulfilment of the agreements reached during the May 2005 National March for Agrarian Reform.