Nowadays, Brazil is facing a financial, political and ethical crisis that has been directly affecting people’s lives, mainly in the life quality of the population.
The unemployment rate is growing rapidly. In the plublic sectors the salaries are being paid late or in installments.
The number of armed robberies has grown frighteningly, in the bus, in the subway or on the streets. Stores and gas stations are also being attacked.
The buying power of Brazilians has decreased, mainly on account of the high interest and the household debt.
This extreme situation was caused by institutionalised corruption in the public companies of our country.
But the people finally is waking up with the help of the “Lava Jato Operation” that exposed the political schemes.
Now, many people are following all the facts and expressing their opinions, but there is still a long way to go.