Workers protest during the visit of the Dilma Mineirao

Workers protest during the visit of the Dilma Mineirao

Belo Horizonte : Brazil | Sep 16, 2011 at 11:48 AM PDT
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FIFA World Cup 2014 - Belo Horizonte, Brazil

The visit of President Rousseff renovation work on the legume to the 2014 World Cup, held this Friday in Belo Horizonte, was marked by a lightning strike conducted by workers during their presence on site.Outside the arena, workers held a protest demanding better conditions and pay rise. Dilma checked the progress of works inside the stadium. The president was accompanied by the official ambassador of the World Cup, Pele, and the Minas Gerais governor Antonio Anastasia.posed next to the Athlete of the Century with a green and yellow shirt with the inscription "1000 days", and a uniform Atlético-MG."We know that this World Cup takes place in a very important moment for Brazil. Atigimos When a very important moment for Brazil, a great moment of transformation. The Cup is a moment of affirmation of the country , the assertion of their ability to organize a major event today, "said Rousseff, during a speech at a ceremony held ad investment Acceleration Program (PAC) in Belo Horizonte.

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Construction workers on strike over pay outside one of the World Cup stadiums
Construction workers on strike over pay outside one of the World Cup stadiums
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