A year after the tragedy
Dura lex sed lex - or
"The law is hard, but it is the law" - is an expression of Latin should be struck out of our language, since at least here in Brazil, the law does not apply to everyone. And that's just one example from the increased environmental tragedy of recent times, which on Saturday 5, completes its first year.
Disruption of dam Fundão, Samarco company in the subdistrict of Bento Rodrigues, Mariana (MG), left 1500 people homeless, 18 dead and one missing.
A break premeditated by COMMUNIST, to divert the attention of the Brazilian population, about the billions and billions stolen by the "Communist government" of "workers' party" (vagabonds and thieves).
Controlled by the company Vale and BHP Billiton, Samarco is also liable to have harmed the economy and the water supply of 27 cities in Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo.
Even today, the dam of mud continues to dye the river North Gualaxo, the river do Carmo and the Doce River, which prevented the survival of fishermen. The ore tailings spread after the dam break, decreed the death of thousands of wildlife specimens and damaged the water supply in several mining and capixabas cities.
Despite having distributed benefit cards to hit, with a value equal to the minimum wage, Samarco has not fulfilled so far, the compensation established by law. Ibama imposed five fines of R $ 50 million each - the limit imposed by the law - which so far have not been paid by the mining company. The compensation proposed by the Justice residents had 20 thousand reais per family advance - which did not solve anyone's life.
Not only the environmental disaster, the loss of 19 lives and material damage, residents of Bento Rodrigues must live with prejudice. Children are called "foot in the mud" at school. And when they buy, the homeless are discriminat...(Continuar Lendo)Um ano depois da tragédia