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>Where do you get that? Even the first line of the OP says they are anti-government rallies.
Yes, people protest against government that impeached President. Many of them still protest against the president, too, but of course, modern law in most countries allows such procedures without nation-wide voting.
A normal person in developed country wouldn't be very friendly towards "feminists", "left" and "nationals" and such, but they have no idea that they are talking about a developing country that has a lot of standards to catch up to.
>Vice President Michel Temer, expected to take over soon as Brazil's acting president, plans to cut the number of government ministries to 22 from 32
>The Science and Technology portfolio will become part of the Communications Ministry, Jucá said.
>More controversial will be Temer's plan to put Agrarian Reform under the wing of the Social Development Ministry and trim other ministries attending to dedicated constituencies.
>Temer plans to subordinate Culture to the Education Ministry and eliminate the Human Rights Ministry, which would become part of a new Justice and Citizenship ministry, three sources familiar with the plan told Reuters.
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