Brazilians were spooked by the 10-day protests – and the mistrust of the country’s political class has led to increasing polarisation

A nationwide trucking strike over fuel prices in Brazil finally came to an end last week after 10 days of chaos in which roads were blockaded, South America’s biggest economy suffocated, and the CEO of Brazil’s state-controlled oil company was forced to resign.

Supplies are back in the shops, and trucks back on the roads. And yet, things are far from normal.

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