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Brazil’s Michel Temer deplores violent protests, says to press ahead with reforms

Temer criticized demonstrators who blocked roads and prevented workers from reaching their jobs during the one-day strike against his proposals to reform labor laws and pensions.

By: Reuters | Brasilia |
April 29, 2017 7:22:49 am
Brazil, Brazil president, Michel Temer, Brazil's protest, Rio de Janeiro, world news, indian express Demonstrators protest holding a banner that reads in Portuguese ‘Get out Temer, elections now’, outside the residence of Brazil’s President Michel Temer in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Friday, April 28, 2017. (Source: AP)

Brazil’s President Michel Temer deplored violent clashes in Rio de Janeiro during a national strike on Friday but said his government would press ahead with its agenda of reforms aimed at balancing the budget.

Temer criticized demonstrators who blocked roads and prevented workers from reaching their jobs during the one-day strike against his proposals to reform labor laws and pensions. “The work to modernize the country’s laws will continue,” Temer said in a statement.

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