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Old 05-18-2015, 01:01 PM
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Is this Meeting who take part?
The Monarchist Meetings are open to the public, people just need to subscribe before attending.

Monarchists from all over Brazil attend. I go every year.
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Old 05-18-2015, 01:14 PM
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We are waiting details.
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Old 05-18-2015, 01:16 PM
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Don't worry. I'll do my best to provide.
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Old 06-09-2015, 10:49 AM
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Don't worry. I'll do my best to provide.
Cris M something promised.
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Old 06-09-2015, 11:01 AM
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Just wait a little bit more. The Meeting was wonderful and full of young people.

I'll post a more complete account soon, together with pictures.
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Old 06-09-2015, 11:04 AM
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Ok i can wait.Its nice to be there young people .
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Old 06-09-2015, 12:26 PM
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There is the probability of making another referendum soon?
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Old 06-09-2015, 12:29 PM
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There is the probability of making another referendum soon?
Not really. The monarchists don't want it. We must educate the majority of the population about the importance of the Monarchy before another referendum.
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Old 08-01-2015, 11:19 PM
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On wednesday, Prince Bertrand, the Prince Imperial of Brazil, took part on a hangout promoted by Terça Livre, a liberal organization that opposes the left-wing and extremely corrupt government of President Dilma Rousseff.

During the hangout, His Imperial and Royal Highness talked with the famous television journalist, monarchist and politician Paulo Eduardo Martins. The two discussed the idea of Monarchy as a solution to Brazil's current problems.

The hangout was quite a success, with many people praising the Prince Imperial for his intelligence and for being in touch with Brazilian reality. Almost a thousand people watched it online, and the video currently has over 11000 views on YouTube.

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Old 08-01-2015, 11:27 PM
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Cris M something promised.
Eya, as promised, pictures and videos from the Monarchist Meeting. (Sorry for the wait.)

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...9781459&type=3

























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Old 08-02-2015, 02:36 AM
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Thank you Cris M for all this photos and videos. (Never mind being late)
I think it is encouraging that there are discussions about the monarchy
I mean and this interview in t.v. too.
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Old 08-02-2015, 11:38 PM
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The Prince Imperial is now in Belo Horizonte, taking part of the VIII Monarchist Meeting of the State of Minas Gerais.

Yesterday, His Imperial and Royal Highness, a great-grandson of Princess Imperial Regent Isabel (1846-1921), who abolished slavery in Brazil, met with João Paulino Barbosa, whose grandparents were slaves.

Every year on May 13th (the date when, on 1888, Princess Isabel abolished slavery), Mr Barbosa puts a bouquet of red roses on Princess Isabel's tomb, at the Imperial Mausoleum of the Cathedral of São Pedro de Alcântara, in Petrópolis.

The Prince Imperial of Brazil and Mr Barbosa

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The monarchist movement is increasing tremendous, with the formation of a new Party in 2014, The PMPB, Partido Monarquista Parlamentarista Brasileiro and as we could see in the last massive protests(the biggest in the history of Brazil) against President Rouseff for her impeachment, a large number of imperial flags and monarchists spreading the cause all over the country, incluindo Dom. Antônio, the third in the sucession line explaining why the monarchy should come back...

Also, President Rouseff now admits the possibility of semi parlamentarism as a new form of government as stated in this article:
Dilma já aceita semiparlamentarismo - ÉPOCA | Expresso


Dom. Antônio explaining about the monarchy:
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I hope the monarchic movement continues to increase in Brazil. And I hope that a referendum will be held in the coming months.
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Video with actress Cissa Guimarães defending the monarchy circulates on the internet
VÃ*deo com Cissa Guimarães defendendo a monarquia circula na internet – TV Foco
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The Brazilian Senate has a portal open to citizens so that popular legislative ideas can be deposited. And if they receive support from more than 20,000 people in the given period, they are taken to the chamber for study and debate.

The proposal for a referendum to restore the Parliamentary Monarchy is already in that phase, as it is about to reach 30,000 signatures. It is now being studied by the Commission on Human Rights and Participatory Legislation.

It argues that the Brazilian presidential system is "corrupt and corrupting." And that the restoration of the monarchy would end the "bias partisan to make the decisions of State."

In this way, "impartiality" would be assured, while the functions of government "would remain in the elected representatives of the people" but with "a lower cost for the public purse."

The proposal specifies that the Emperor would have as functions "to appoint and dismiss the Prime Minister, to dissolve the Congress to convene new elections, to be the Supreme Chief of the Armed Forces, the capacity to sanction or veto laws and the calling of plebiscites or referendums."

For its part, the administrative and government functions would continue to be carried out by the Prime Minister and his cabinet.
El Senado de Brasil estudia una propuesta para restaurar la Monarquía Parlamentaria
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Requests for restoration of monarchy hits target and will be debated in the Federal Senate


The Legislative Idea registered in the site of the Federal Senate requesting the restoration of the Monarchy as Form of Government managed to surpass the 20 thousand signatures before August 15 and today it reaches almost 30 thousand. At the time this article is written, the number is already 28,106 supporters of the proposal.

This Bulletin had already reported the initiative, taken by a set of 14 pages in defense of the monarchy on Facebook, with text signed by "Rodrigo Brasileiro-RJ" under the title "Referendum for the Restoration of the Brazilian Parliamentary Monarchy." The text needed to meet the deadline to become a proposal to be debated among the senators. Having succeeded, now the Federal Senate will have to discuss the matter.

The "Pro Monarquia" page, linked directly to the Imperial House of Brazil, celebrated the proposal and gave its support. The Imperial House also issued a statement on the contemporary Brazilian crisis, stating that Brazil has been the victim of "a project of socialist domination of the state, of destruction and debasement of institutions, of complete adulteration of the representative mechanisms of the so-called democratic regime, and Of funding for socialism in the twenty-first century throughout Latin America. " The note also says that the Imperial Family is willing to "cooperate in the search for the considered solutions that are an exit to the crisis that distresses the Brazilians".

The success of the monarchy in Brazil is reflected in other initiatives, besides the Legislative Idea and the manifestations of the members of the Imperial House. The Bulletin recently reported the foundation of the Monarchist Circle of São Luís, with the right to divulge a manifesto expressing its principles and values.
Pedido de restauração da monarquia bate meta e será debatido no Senado Federal – Boletim da Liberdade
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Thank you for sharing this news, Blog Real. Are there any monarchists amongst the federal senators?
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Thank you for sharing this news, Blog Real. Are there any monarchists amongst the federal senators?

Hello. I do not know if there are any monarchists among the federal senators.
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I'd love to see the Brazilian monarchy restored, as I would for all monarchies, but in particular, Pedro II is one of my favourite monarchs.
I really don't believe monarchies will ever be restored anywhere, Though I would like to believe otherwise.
I know it was in Spain, and that was not so long ago, but really I think countries that have them currently will barely be able to keep them.
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