Thousands of people on Sao Paulo’s Paulista Avenue gather to protest far-right president-elect Jair Bolsonaro, who is huddling with advisers to finalize the cabinet that will be charged with implementing his hardline agenda, as opponents planned their “resistance.” IMAGES
Military police forms a barrier to separate the supporters of Brazilian presidential rivals, far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro and leftist candidate Fernando Haddad, in a stand-off as they rally two weeks before the second round of voting, on Sao Paulo’s Paulista Avenue.
Thousands of supporters of ring-wing presidential frontrunner Jair Bolsonaro take to Sao Paulo’s iconic Paulista Avenue to support their candidate a day after nationwide protests against his candidacy.
Over ten thousand people marched down Sao Paulo’s Paulista Avenue Thursday night, demanding an end to violence, after the assassination of Rio’s left-leaning councilwoman Marielle Franco. IMAGES
Thousands of Guarani indigenous people take to Sao Paulo’s iconic Paulista Avenue to protest the government’s removal of part of their traditional lands.