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Altamira, Brazil. Protest against the proposed Kararao (later Belo Monte) hydroelectric dam staged by the Kayapo and other tribal Indian groups. The protest weas successful in persuading the World Bank to withdraw finance for the project. Paulinho Payakan (Bep Koroti Kayapo), the principal proponent of the protest and Antonio Muniz, the Eletronorte representative.
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