BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:09 A.M.) – Hundreds of teachers marched through Sao Paulo on Saturday to protest Brazilian President Michel Temer’s proposed reforms to retirement age.

The pension reform being discussed at the Chamber of Deputies if for the minimum retirement age to 65 years for men and women, with a minimum contribution of 25 years.

Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said two weeks ago that the current administration wants to end the gains of the working class through labor and welfare reforms.

The right-wing Temer, son of Lebanese Maronite’s to Brazil, ascended to the presidency on 31 August 2016, after the impeachment and removal of his predecessor Dilma Rousseff.

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Employ them to death like China. No social security. That’s better solution..