Despite Lula's achievements, Nalu Faria, Director of the MMM, says that there are limits.

By Rizwana

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Women's March coordinator sees challenges in the government inserted in capitalism and conservative society.

For the women's movement in Brazil, the change of government between.

former president Jair Bolsonaro (PL) and current president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) brings hope and relief.

Women have become more prominent in the government, with two 37 ministers, 11 of them women.

a record in the country despite its low number. First time a woman heads the Ministry of Health, Nísia Trindade.

More than the non-PT vote goal was achieved among female voters, who accounted for 52% of the electorate.



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