By Gabriel Sestrem
(Opinion) Recent movements in Brasília, especially after the beginning of the new Lula government, have turned on the “yellow light” regarding freedom of expression.
Among humorists, there is growing concern about possible censorship of identity order from actors of the Three Powers of the Republic.
Right at the beginning of his new mandate, on January 11, Lula sanctioned a law that equates racial outrage to the crime of racism.
The . . .