Members of the MST (Landless Movement) incited on the wave of protests spread throughout the country and closed the BR-163(highway), near the District of Anhanduí, in order to draw the attention of the Federal Government about the dreamed land reform. In the design of them, the historic moment lived by the Brazilian population was triggered after the MST go Anhanduí until Campo Grande on the last day 03.Today, they are concentrated in the vicinity of the settlement Joaquim Pereira Truthful where await the release of Nazareth Farm, with almost 2,500 acres of land, there are 5 years.
According to one of the coordenares of the exhibition, Gerard Lee, the Incra (National Institute of colonization and agrarian reform) has already bought the space, however, is awaiting issuance of possession by the Justice."We are here to protest about several things, including the delay in applying, in fact, land reform in the country. And also how workers are treated by the Government. Why not make a reform in the Fifa standard? "he asked referring to the exorbitant expenses with the completion of the World Cup.The demarcation of indigenous lands is also included in the list of claims, in addition, improvements in the areas of health and education, as in all Brazil, are on the agenda of the protest. To avoid total congestion of the highway, they release the transit of 9:0 pm 21 minutes. The time is in allusion to the number of dead in the episode which became known as "the Carajás Massacre".In April 1996, 21 MST members were killed by the military police of the State of Pará. The confrontation occurred when 1,500 landless who were camped in the region decided to make a March in protest against the delay in the expropriation of land, mainly of Cassava Farm. The military police was asked to take them out of the place, because it would be obstructing the highway BR-155, which connects the State capital Belem in the South of the State