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There is no doubt whatsoever that what happened in Brazil was a coup. They abandoned a political marlcato that was more based on the ground, on the streets, in the factories, the neighborhoods, the schools, the hospitals, where we started from. In short, he introduced some new things to our old agenda. Lula served two terms and was followed by President Dilma Rousseff. At the height of our urban reform movement we fought for and built a new federal constitution that is very democratic.
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In addition to participatory budgeting, we created a housing policy ermonia generated a lot of positive results based on technical support from architects, engineers and social workers, so that the social movements could build their own houses.
We are seeing now that corruption is fully integrated into this new government. You were the Executive Secretary of the Ministry of the Cities during this period.
There was a change in the power relationship that had supported city governments and that were much more democratic and participatory. The Frente Brasil Popular, which unites sectors of the progressive left, is discussing a new project for Brazil. Maricato was an actor in the movement that created and ratified, through popular petition, articles and of the Brazilian constitution These articles declare that the social function of property overrides the profit motive and set guidelines for radical urban reform.
The municipalities had conferences where delegates were elected to represent them at the state conferences. What are you doing to fight against this retrogression in terms of urban reform perpetrated by this coup government?
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We also started a very important strategy of urbanization in precarious areas and favelas. This is not a short-term project. We looked at this forgotten, informal and illegal city, lacking in urban services and equipment and understood that this was our priority.
In addition to participatory budgeting, we created a housing policy that generated a lot of positive results based on technical support from architects, engineers and social workers, so that the social movements could build their own houses. Maricato was an actor in the movement that created and ratified, through popular petition, articles and of the Brazilian constitution These articles declare that the social function of property overrides the profit motive and set guidelines for radical urban reform.
We have a very unequal society in Brazil and we have very high segregation levels in our cities. This is the national bourgeoisie that suffered setbacks and started to either disappear or internationalize during the Collor and Fernando Henrique Cardoso administrations.
In this article, Anderson says that when Lula took office, he immediately adapted a neoliberal policy platform and implies that maricayo increased social spending as a political defense strategy after a corruption scandal broke in During the Luiza Erundina administration we tried to make a pact with the business community and it ermibia a hard time accepting us- it was even harder for the media.
We fought for and built a legal framework that was ermknia new, through measures like the Statute of the City, new sanitation and urban mobility legislation and the Statute of the Metropolis.
It was such a good team that our sanitation department managed to hold a meeting with the IMF and convince them to free up resources that were blocked through the conditionality agreement. There were some interesting people inside of maaricato Urban Development Secretariat but, without any doubt whatsoever, he followed the Washington Consensus.
The National Cities Conference was a huge national meeting that originated in the municipalities. It was clear that the cycle of democratic urban policy with direct democracy and an inversion of priorities which started in the s was ending. During PT city governments and some progressive administrations by the PDT or PC do B parties we radically focused on this segregated, excluded part of the population.
My main thesis for why it changed is because money appeared.
In this position, Maricato helped create innovative policies that provided technical support for urban social movements to appropriate abandoned buildings mmaricato vacant land and convert the properties to self-managed social housing in accordance with the constitution—policies that were later replicated in hundreds of cities across Brazil.
You were the Executive Secretary of the Ministry of the Cities during this period. But this is not what is happening, unfortunately.
Urban Reformer: An interview with Erminia Maricato
The working class and poor city is ignored and forgotten by public erminnia during the usual governments. Together, they are behaving like a political party that defends the interests of the upper middle class. They began to build this idea that there was never as much corruption as there was during the PT governments. It was a period of crisis and IMF structural adjustments.