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environmentalists are blaming Brazil's president for a massive increase in deforestation in the Amazon thoughts happened despite decades of save the rainforest campaigns from governments and NGOs groups , this is Brazil section of the wilderness deforestation has sold more than eighty eight percent in the month of June compared with the same month a year ago it's the second consecutive months now of rising forest destruction president di apple Cynara has long cools the development of the region not to mention garden PUG seca right now there was a drought in the Amazon forest region is getting a land grab us timber merchants public land invaders and those that cut down the forest all those making money out of the destruction third balancing into the forest , women read data shows a fifteen percent overall increase in deforestation compared to last year that's equates to an area larger than the U. S. state of Rhode Island beau Cynara they believe his country's environmental protection agency is too heavy handed and its enforcement stifling development his criticism has emboldened love is and what she is seeking to profit from deforestation miss momentous upcoming chuckle now is the time that the government should be increasing inspections to what we are seeing this is decrease a decrease in the budget and our president of the Republic that fights against those inspectors and a minister of the environment that persecute those inspectors is doesn't allow them to do their job so come on the new dates that coincides with more pressure on the government to protect the environment under the times of the free trade deal between the European Union and south American block Marcus %HESITATION agreed to last week the agriculture ministry said on Wednesday that Brazil will take action if concerns about an increasing deforestation all confirms