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Dia Internacional das (Tele)comunicações
(World Telecommunication and Information Society Day). In 1969, the day was established by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), which is linked to the United Nations. The day commemorates the creation of the ITU, on 17 May 1865. In 2006, the day was renamed into World Telecommunication and Information Society Day, thanks to the introduction of digital communication.
Dia Mundial da Internet
(World Internet Day).
Dia Mundial da Sociedade da Informação
(World Information Society Day).
Death of Brazilian actress Elza Gomes (1910-1984)
Elza was born in Lisbon, but moved in her childhood to Brazil. She participated in more than 400 theater pieces and also was seen in many television series.
Introduction of decreto-lei (decree-law) which allowed two months of maternity leave.
Start of the 1842 Liberals’ Revolution in Sorocaba – SP
The young emperor Dom Pedro II (only 17 years old!) approved the dissolution of the Chamber of Deputies, which ignited the Revolt in the city of Sorocaba (SP). The city was proclaimed the new, provisional capital of the province of São Paulo, with Brigadeiro Tobias de Aguiar as interim president, and Padre Feijó as vice-president. They had the intention to attack the city of São Paulo, the province’s capital. The Imperial Government reacted quickly. Barão de Caxias (better known with his title Duque de Caxias) was sent with a carte blanche to pacify São Paulo. Soon, the revolutionaries, who outnumbered Caxias’ Expedition Force, were isolated,and cut off from eventual help from the provinces of Minas Gerais, Rio Grande do Sul, and Rio de Janeiro. Tobias fled to the south, when Caxias took the city of Sorocaba. Padre Feijo was captured. Caxias then pacified Minas Gerais, where Teófilo Otoni was leading the revolutionaries.
Cultural agreement between Brazil and Syria
Murder of the governor of Acre, Edmundo Pinto de Almeida Neto.
Edmundo Pinto, born in Ceará, was 38 when he was found dead in his hotel room. This case remains unsolved, despite the reopening of it in 2003. According to the police, he might have been murdered for political reasons, or he might have died in an armed assault. His death occurred 2 days before he had to testify for corruption with public construction fundings.
|Gov. Edmundo Pinto
||Gov. Edmundo Pinto-Parte-1
|Gov. Edmundo Pinto-Parte-2
||Gov. Edmundo Pinto-Parte-3
Mormon Church inaugurated the largest Mormon temple of Latin America in Campinas – SP
TEMPLO MORMON CAMPINAS
||Campinas Brazil LDS (Mormon) Temple – Mormons
Polícia Federal started Operação Navalha
The operation revealed large-scale corruption with public works that were financed by the Federal Government. The police arrested 47 people, among them were mayors, politicians, and relatives of politicians
|Operação Navalha – Fantástico 1
||Operação Navalha – Fantástico 2
|Operação Navalha – Fantástico 3
||Operação Navalha – Fantástico 4
By Adriano Antoine Robbesom © 2007, 2015