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You were the Executive Secretary of the Ministry of the Cities during this period. But more and more I think that these local leaders and social movements also took the path towards institutional space.
Yes, without a doubt. We were living in a period of low investment—there was no money.
Overcoming Deep Inequality in Brazilian Cities: An Interview with Erminia Maricato – COHA
If we could free ourselves from illegal campaign financing, it would be a revolution in Brazil. It lost space because Capital began to take over urban policy. The working class and poor city is ignored and forgotten by public policy during the usual governments. During PT city governments and some progressive administrations by the PDT or PC do B parties we radically focused on this segregated, excluded part of the population.
Violence maricsto getting worse.
When I left the government inI ermibia civil society and started working a lot on the idea of re-thinking urban reform. But she is not merely an academic. We also started a very important strategy of urbanization in precarious areas and favelas.
There was a change errminia the power relationship that had supported city governments and that were much more democratic and participatory.
So we entered the 21 th Century with the new concept that the Federal Government had resources and was going to invest in cities. The idea that you could invest in areas that do not make up part of this ideological representation of the city, which is a kind of visiting room for white people with money, is very difficult these days and only possible through a very egminia power coalition. Lula still thinks this way to this day—that there is no solution through confrontation in Brazil.
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Luz para Todos light for everyone got everyone onto the electrical grid. He caused a huge increase in the number of working class and poor students in the university marifato through marifato PROUNI program. The idea that you could invest in areas that do not make up part of this ideological representation of the city, which is a kind of visiting room for white people with money, is very difficult these days and only possible through a very advanced power coalition.
This interview was originally conducted emrinia Portuguese, and translated by the author. We fought for and built a legal framework that was absolutely new, through measures like the Statute of the City, new sanitation and urban mobility legislation and the Statute of the Metropolis. In the beginning of the Lula government there was an internal dispute with the Ministry of the Cities under Olivio Dutra and our exceptional team.
Lula still thinks this way to this day—that there is no madicato through confrontation in Brazil. What are you doing to fight against this retrogression in terms of urban reform perpetrated by this coup government? I was invited to create the Ministry of the Cities and I encountered difficulties within the government. She was active in helping create and ratify the landmark Statute of the City inwhich creates guidelines for adherence to constitutional articles and and mandates that every city with a population over 20, has to facilitate a regular participatory development plan with full budget transparency.
Maricato was a key player in four of the most important moments in the last 30 years of Brazilian urban reform.
Overcoming Deep Inequality in Brazilian Cities: An Interview with Erminia Maricato
These protests errminia billed by their coordinators as warmups for a national strike that will begin on April Haddad democratized its public spaces by penalizing the circulation of automobiles in favor of pedestrian and bicycle traffic and by favoring collective transport and lowering automobile speed limits. What is your opinion on this?
At the height of our urban reform movement we fought for and built a new federal constitution that is very democratic. What are you doing to fight against this retrogression in terms of urban errminia perpetrated by this coup government? Como a onda participativa dos anos e 90 foi freada. Because this marvelous Ministry of the Cities team convinced the IMF that the application of funds for sanitation is not an expenditure, egminia the IMF accounting srminia treated it at the time, but an investment.
It seemed perfect from the point of view of popular, democratic participation. My main thesis for why it changed is because money appeared. We had interesting dialogues about this with the Brazilian msricato community, both before and during the coalition politics era of Lulismo but this has now disappeared.
The working class and poor city is ignored and forgotten by wrminia policy during the usual governments. Lava Jato could change Brazil and it would be very important if it did.
At that time, even during the Lula Government, the Minister of the Treasury was in favor of the structural adjustments. The income distribution and job creation policies in the Lula government were exceptional. When resources returned, Capital—the big construction companies and the real estate coalitions—gained space and began to take over urban policy.
So we entered the 21 th Century with the new concept that the Federal Government had resources and was going to invest in cities. Maricato was a key player in four of the most important moments in the last 30 years of Brazilian urban reform. Maricato was an actor in the movement that created and ratified, through popular petition, articles and of the Brazilian constitution These articles declare that the social function of erminja overrides the profit motive and set guidelines for radical urban reform.
We are seeing now that corruption is fully integrated into this new government. It is a ermiia that lives in informality in a part of the city that has no urbanization. The homicide rate is going up.
We are seeing now that corruption is fully integrated into this new government. We looked at this forgotten, informal and illegal city, lacking in urban services and equipment and understood that marciato was our priority.