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Sobre a ditadura militar do Brasil (2015)

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  • USP affiliated authors: DALLARI, PEDRO BOHOMOLETZ DE ABREU - IRI
  • USP Schools: IRI
  • DOI: 10.3232/REB.2015.V2.N3
  • Subjects: DITADURA; DIREITOS HUMANOS; VÍTIMAS DE TORTURA; TORTURA
  • Language: Português
  • Abstract: A Ditadura Militar brasileira se prolongou de abril de 1964 a março de 1985. Foram duas décadas de interrupção da vida democrática do país. Ao longo desse período, multiplicaram-se as agressões aos direitos humanos, resultado de uma efetiva política de Estado, posta em prática a partir de cadeias de comando que foram encabeçadas pelos generais-presidentes. Constituída pelo Congresso Nacional em novembro de 2011, a Comissão Nacional da Verdade (CNV) realizou de maio de 2012 a dezembro de 2014 um importante trabalho de investigação para o desvelamento de muitos aspectos da Ditadura Militar. Em especial, a dimensão das graves violações de direitos humanos: prisões ilegais, tortura, execuções, desparecimentos forçados e ocultação de cadáveres, conforme objetivo que se explicitou na lei de constituição da comissão
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    Título do periódico: Proceedings of the XXXVI Iberian Latin American Congress on Computational Methods in Engineering

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      DALLARI, Pedro Bohomoletz de Abreu. Sobre a ditadura militar do Brasil. REB: Revista de Estudios Brasileños, Madrid, Universidad de Salamanca, v. 2, n. 3, p. 117-119, 2015. Disponível em: < https://gredos.usal.es/jspui/bitstream/10366/126098/1/REB_2015_vol2_num3_117~119.pdf > DOI: 10.3232/REB.2015.V2.N3.
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      Dallari, P. B. de A. (2015). Sobre a ditadura militar do Brasil. REB: Revista de Estudios Brasileños, 2( 3), 117-119. doi:10.3232/REB.2015.V2.N3
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      Dallari PB de A. Sobre a ditadura militar do Brasil [Internet]. REB: Revista de Estudios Brasileños. 2015 ; 2( 3): 117-119.Available from: https://gredos.usal.es/jspui/bitstream/10366/126098/1/REB_2015_vol2_num3_117~119.pdf
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      Dallari PB de A. Sobre a ditadura militar do Brasil [Internet]. REB: Revista de Estudios Brasileños. 2015 ; 2( 3): 117-119.Available from: https://gredos.usal.es/jspui/bitstream/10366/126098/1/REB_2015_vol2_num3_117~119.pdf

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