Brazil landless seek land reforms

Despite a booming economy, government yet to come to the rescue of poor landless workers.

    Brazil's economy is booming but there is a decades-old problem that the government has yet to resolve.

    Millions of people in the countryside have no land of their own.

    And they are putting pressure on the next government to speed up land reform.

    Ahead of next week's election, Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman visited Pernambuco - one area caught up in the conflict.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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