Dilma should resign, evaluates GuardianThe Guardian is considered the main newspaper tilted to the left in the UK.
The British newspaper The Guardian said, if President Dilma Rousseff can not overcome the crisis in Brazil, she should call new elections or resign. In an editorial published in Sunday, day 20, the newspaper says “one of the obvious concerns is that these protests, if unchecked, can result in widespread violence with risk of military intervention”.
The editorial states that Brazilian democracy is “young and the roots may not be robust enough to tackle a full frame political failure and economic emergency”.
The text says that Brazil is the latest example of the reversal of “turn left” in Latin America. It states that the government of Venezuela, for example, this “knees”. “As Brazil shows, left leaders made many mistakes. But it is not ideology that is rejected – is your incompetence and illegality.”
Unlike other European publications, como The Economist e Financial Times, who have editorial regarded as more conservative and inclined to the right, The Guardian is considered the main newspaper tilted to the left in the UK.
The information is the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo.