Democracy Political system based on the principle that authority emanates from, and is exercised by, the people by investing sovereign power through free periodic elections, and on the principle of equitable distribution of power; country in which there is a democratic government; majority rule; society guaranteeing freedom of association and expression and in which there are no hereditary or arbitrary distinctions or class privileges.
Public Prosecution Service The Public Prosecution Service is an institution linked to the judiciary, which has the responsibility, among other functions, to supervise the public administration organs and to investigate the cases of corruption or breach of law that occur in these organs. Other word suggestions… Democracy Messianic Movements Exclusion Masonic Lodge Liberalism Basic Ecclesial Communities (CEBs) Autos of Faith Decentralization of Power
The Legend of the Manatee origin is indigenous, and told by the inhabitants of the Solimões River valley in the Amazon. Legend has it that a big party was held for the young girl and for Curumi's action. The shaman ordered the young girl and Curumi to dive into the waters of the river. When they plunged the shaman threw a canarana splint on top of each one.
Relevant facts after the Cold War Terry George's Hotel Rwanda with Don Cheadle My Dear Companion by Norman Rene The Oliver Stone Twin Towers Martyn Burke's Silicon Valley Pirates A cry of freedom from Richard Attenborough The Queen of Stephen Frears, about Queen Elizabeth II at events after the death of Princess Diana.
The Conquest of Brazil - April 22, 1500: Portuguese Cabral fleet arrives in Porto Seguro, Bahia. - 1st contact with the Indians: exchange of smiles and gifts - The 1st Mass prayed in Brazil Indigenous nations in 1500 - Tupi-Guarani, Jê, Aruaque, Cariba, Plow, Toucan and others - Tupinambas: were cannibals - Exploration , violence, slavery (against the Indian) The exploitation of redwood - indigenous labor - trinket work = barter - selling ink in Europe = profits to Portugal The necessary colonization - threat of foreign invasions (Dutch pirates , British and French threatened the coast) - the Hereditary Captaincy system: failure Sugar - high value in Europe - African slave labor - The Sugar Mill Casa Grande and Senzala - Casa Grande: housing of the Lord of ingenuity and his family - Center of power / Patriarchal society - Senzala: slave dwelling - Poor conditions The slave's life - Hard work without pay - Physical punishment and inhuman treatment - Prejudice - Escapes, revo and Quilombo Formation - Quilombo dos Palmares - Zombie Leader
The Sixth Crusade Commanded by Frederick II. He received no support from the Christian kings, for Frederick II had been excommunicated. Upon arriving in Palestine, Frederick was welcomed by the Muslims, who, admired for their knowledge of Arab culture, signed a friendly treaty guaranteeing Christian sovereignty over the territories of Accra, Jaffa, Sidon, Nazareth, Bethlehem and all Jerusalem.