Une salle pleine, principalements d'hommes qui regardent avec stupeur Mme Roussef qui ose présenter ses griefs aux USA, le pays le plus armé du monde.
In Stinging Rebuke at UN, Brazilian President Rails Against NSA Spying
Rousseff directed scathing criticism at Obama immediately preceding the U.S. president's turn at the podium
In a furious critique that opened the UN's General Assembly meeting Tuesday immediately before President Obama took the podium, Brazil's president Dilma Rousseff blasted U.S. secret surveillance programs for violating her country's national sovereignty, attacking its democracy, and infringing on the human rights of its citizens.
"In the absence of the right to privacy, there can be no true freedom of expression and opinion, and therefore no effective democracy," she declared in her strongest statements yet in the fallout following revelations that the NSA had directly spied on Rousseff. "In the absence of the respect for sovereignty, there is no basis for the relationship among nations."
"Tampering in such a manner in the lives and affairs of other countries is a breach of international law and, as such, it is an affront to the principles that should otherwise govern relations among countries, especially among friendly nations," she charged.
"The right to safety of citizens of one country can never be guaranteed by violating fundamental human rights of citizens of another country," Rousseff continued.
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