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Waiting For President Dilma
Brazil

Brazilian photojournalists and cameramen waiting for Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff during inauguration of a new popular neighborhood in São José do Rio Preto, inland São Paulo State. After her discourse, President Dilma visited one of this houses and delivered the keys to the new owner.

Copyright: Rubens cardia
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Uploaded: 26/06/2012
Updated: 26/08/2014
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Tags: politics; policy; president; presidente; politica; journalism; jornalismo; photographer; fotografo; dilma; house; casa
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