Lulism (Portuguese: lulismo) is a political ideology describing the consolidation of . "Raízes Sociais e Ideológicas do Lulismo" (PDF) (in Portuguese). SciELO. "Fábio Cardoso Keinert: Os sentidos do lulismo - reforma gradual e pacto. Keywords: Brazil, Workers' Party, Lula, lulismo, petismo, voter behavior Singer, André (), Os Sentidos do Lulismo, Rio de Janeiro: Companhia. PDF | This review essay critically examines the evolution of scholarly André Singer, Os sentidos do lulismo (São Paulo: Companhia das Letras,).
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Power and M. Google Scholar Power, T. Google Scholar Rodden, J. Lula, charged in several criminal cases, sought to arrange his own defense. The PT had lost nearly two thirds of the support it had enjoyed in March of Vice President Michel Temer, of the PMDB, protected by a substantial congressional majority, took over the government as the head of a project that aimed not simply to revoke the integration achieved by Lulismo but to salt the earth from which it had grown: the Constitution of The new bloc in power wanted to end mandated domestic participation in the development of the massive pre-salt oil deposits, to freeze public spending for two decades, to approve the outsourcing of labor for essential services, to pass labor reforms that would gut the labor code, to approve a constitutional amendment that would limit social security benefits and, if possible, to reorient politics toward a parliamentarism that would demobilize national consituencies.
The desire was to revoke what had been built, since the end of the dictatorship in the s, on the basis of the democratization of society, the reinvention of politics, and the welfare state. At pm, the Senate had proclaimed, 61 to 20, that she was guilty of infringing the sixth clause of Article 85 of the Constitution: violating the budget law. The first, the military coup, supported by the savagery of arms, of repression, and of torture, affected me when I was a young militant.
The second, the parliamentary coup delivered today by means of a juridical farce, deposes me from office to which I was elected by the people. The senatorial toga of stood in for the tanks of The popular party would only reenter the lists under cover of the official opposition party in During a session that lasted nine hours and forty-seven minutes, televised in its entirety, of representatives voted in favor of impeachment, each making a fifteen-second declaration.
A clumsy variety show was interrupting the lulista sequence, all within the limits of the law even as it struck at the heart of the Constitution. Eighteen days after the impeachment, he would be relieved of his duties by the Supreme Federal Court; in September, expelled by the Chamber; and in March , sentenced to fifteen years in jail for corruption, money laundering, and tax evasion.
For three days, presided over by the minister Ricardo Lewandowski of the Supreme Court, the prosecution and defense presented arguments. The president defended herself in a minute speech and during a marathon thirteen hours responded to questions from 47 senators.
Eight PMDB senators, including two ex-ministers and the father of a third, scandalously voted against Dilma, but supported preserving her right to run for office, delicately differentiating themselves from their colleagues in the Chamber.
Temer, who personally led the fight to impeach Dilma, had to promise positions in state-affiliated banks, utility companies, hydroelectric projects, the transport ministry, and so on, to get the 54 votes he needed.
Not that there is no evidence of misconduct; what has been lacking, so far, is definitive proof. Fancy footwork with the books is a questionable reason in a permissive budget culture. These were pretexts, since such loans were part of administrative routine until October , when the Federal Court of Accounts TCU declared the practice censurable. The senators who charged Dilma with corruption sought to apply the decision retroactively, which makes no sense.
The delayed payments to the Banco do Brasil depended not on her but directly on the Treasury. In the case of Brazil, the instability created by the parliamentary coup threatened democracy, but did not dissolve it.
A Brazilian Rag-and-Bone Shop In , when Lula won the presidential election for the first time, the Constitution was secure and democracy in full swing. What hidden connections would allow for the formulation of hypotheses capable of explaining the catastrophe? Transnational bourgeoisies, rent-seeking industrialists,trade unions of contract laborers, a precariat with access to the university, poor entrepreneurs, agro-ecological peasants; the social management of extreme poverty, the active role played by professionals belonging to the judicial and media apparatuses, and so on.
In the rag-and-bone shop of the twenty-first century, one must make use of whatever is at hand to generate interpretations. As far as I know, there is no general theory of class that gives an account of the rapid processes currently underway.
But, as Prado Jr. Without a defined role, they orbited around the dynamic center, offering here and there whatever service they could, in a relationship of favorthat, as Roberto Schwarz discovered later, provided the dominant class with considerable latitude.
They are a class in itself, but not for itself. It is this dual refraction and obfuscation that makes a class analysis of Lulismo, and therefore of the turbulent and entangled process that enveloped it between and , difficult. To arrive at a better understanding, it is necessary to take up again the concepts of the massesand class, the masses being the form of appearance that class takes in politics when it is not organized as a class.
Insofar as…the identity of their interests forms…no political organization among them, they do not constitute a class. Various authors saw, from the periphery, that the masses were reproduced in parallel with the development of productive forces. Antonio Gramsci, considering the Italian situation, discovers an interesting approach.
Perhaps this is a specific variant of what Barrington Moore Jr. One of the peculiar traits of this society is the structural limbo from which the poor can escape and into which they can fall again individually, but never as a class. As a result, the masses are the majority.
This means that Lula could not square the circle, and that Lulismo, sped up by Dilma in the bosom of Rooseveltian ideology, foundered on its own contradictions, which are just as much the contradictions of Brazil.
By integrating surplus populations, Lulismo was diminishing the reserve of labor power.