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I argue that their local implementation is an experiment in the production of order, without the mediation of democratically inspired dispositifs for the administration of social conflicts. It thus involves, as Graham affirms in the epigraph, a militarization of the administration of life and of urban conflicts based on a military rhetoric and practices that are increasingly considered to be central and necessary to the government of cities and urban safety Foucault a.
The favelas, locations that were originally precarious in terms of housing and urban equipment and services, were shaped as territories that were occupied as residential options, by a population that because of its labor and salary conditions was not able to download or rent residences in other locations, or to meet the costs of the daily travel to their workplaces.
From this perspective, they were and still are a periphery of the city, as one of the margins of the state of Rio de Janeiro. The article is organized in four sections.
I argue that the sense of this government policy is not limited to guaranteeing effective action of the militarized security forces 6 in territories considered to be hotbeds of violent crime, by seeking to eliminate or limit illicit drug trafficking.
My aim is to demonstrate that what is experimented is a modality of government of the poor in the city that has a dual meaning. On one hand, it reconfigures the favelas as new business territories for the market, in a sense indicated by Harvey , i. On the other, it deals with the demands for social and urban integration of their residents by offering them insertion in the market through entrepreneurship.
In the third section I discuss how this form of government is realized in the favelas with UPPs. In the conclusion, I suggest that this modality of government of the poor in carioca favelas has the potential to be replicated in other situations and for populations in other cities, evidently with adjustments in the specific arrangements of the security technologies Collier There was, however, a problem, which was accompanied by promises by government leaders that it would be resolved, made to the IOC and to Brazilian and international investors articulated around this project; the city was considered very violent.
This had already led to a noticeable decrease in the domestic and international flow of tourists, as well as an economic deterioration of the city. Thus, they would bring peace to the favelas and to the city. It would thus be necessary for a state military force that was competitive with the criminal forces to occupy these territories, to simultaneously provide the residents new living choices, and for the state to exercise its sovereignty, implementing its effective presence through its specific institutions and through concessions of public services that would realize the constantly promised urban integration of the favelas.
They also valued the possibility of being able to travel through the favelas, once the borders of armed territorial commands were broken down. And they breathed with relief because they could finally conduct their daily routines with a modicum of safety Machado da Silva But they also had criticisms, and harsh ones. Police brutality continued: including physical searches of residents and frequent aggressions, which demonstrated that the police continued to see and treat the residents as enemies, supposing that they are in some way complicit with the criminals.
Right where it was before You know what the police do? The payoffs were made. I would like to highlight three combined processes. And, as all the studies show Machado da Silva and Leite , , among others , the illegal activity illicit drug dealing , was once again conducted openly in the favelas with a UPP.
From this perspective, it is important to highlight a final point. After the Olympics, he asked to stepped down. But did the UPPs actually fail? This appears to me to be a central question to discuss in this article. After all, if the main objective of this government policy was to guarantee an effective action of the militarized security forces in the territories considered to be spaces of violent crime, seeking to eliminate, or even only to reduce illicit drug dealing, it would be necessary to recognize their failure.
But from another perspective it appears to me that the experiment with the UPPs was successful in some fields. This is suggested by three important facts.
I can highlight, on one hand, the proposal being deliberated in the federal Chamber of Deputies to transform the implementation of the UPPs into a state policy, for 25 years, and to nationalize it, implementing them in other territories of the country that face violence and crime similar to that found in Rio de Janeiro Another is the direct involvement of various Brazilian and foreign companies in the experiment, with private financing.
The ceremony included representatives of the Brazilian, Salvadoran and U. Informally, we had visits from many other countries, internal meetings to learn about the operation of the UPP, like that with Panama and the United States Beltrame said.
The work began to be conducted a year and a half ago, in general lines, it has very important supports, which can help any other country that has a reality similar to our state.
The police forces must be protagonists to guarantee citizenship. With the UPPs, the police assure the arrival of mechanisms that keep youth and people from the possibility of practices of urban violence Thus, if the UPPs did not effectively decrease violence over the entire period, they at least led to a noticeable drop, according to public perception of violence cf.
As Roy and Ferguson and Gupta found, this process involves a transnational circulation of ideas and projects among government officials, researchers and multilateral agencies, through think tanks that produce and reproduce a transnational governmentality.
My hypothesis in relation to this aspect is that this support is shaped, in the circuit that we are examining, as a part of what Meza analyzes as a strategy of counterinsurgent government war. It has been approved by the U. State Department based on experiences in Colombia and conflicts in Central Asia.
Second; stabilization, by means of which the subjacent tensions, which threatened a resurgence of situations of violence and a break from law and order, be addressed and decreased, to the degree that the efforts made create conditions for successful development What the residents perceive, describe and tell me appears to be very clear.
This does not involve a first opening of the favelas to the market, because favela residents were always integrated to labor markets and capitalist consumption, and a variety of activities were conducted and goods were sold as part of the local economy.
In Rocinha, This is higher than the gross national product of countries such as Bolivia and Paraguay. The second strategy was felt and expressed by many of the residents I accompanied in my studies: Life is very difficult here. Everything is very expensive. Rent went up, the prices of everything in the [local] stores. And electricity? Or the water, there is no water at least two or three times a week, every week My neighbor had already bought all the material to build a second floor above his house.
His daughter got married. He was saving money and bought bricks, cement, everything. When the store came to deliver it, the people from SMH [the municipal housing department] prohibited the construction. Cable TV companies, shops, tourism and entertainment, real estate, finance, event sponsors and other companies occupy space in the local economy by offering their services at market prices, at the same time as the state began an offensive to regularize addresses, 26 residences, commercial activities and electricity consumption.
The case of electricity is a good example. In Rio de Janeiro, the Light electrical utility has the monopoly on supply of this good that had always been a dispositif of local accumulation in the favelas, through the common practice of illegal connections to the power grid known as gatos. With the compulsory regularization of electrical connections, there was a strong reaction and protests from residents, particularly because of the high rates, which were disregarded by the company and the state.
The hookups were also criminalized, through the suspension of supply without an examination of the complaints, fines and punishment, and propaganda that presented the failure to regularize electrical connections as uncivilized behavior of those who do not know how and cannot be citizens as demonstrated by Loretti , Ost and Fleury and Cunha and Mello in discussing the proposal for urban and social integration through consumption via UPPs.
The agencyings of the state in this sense have strong support from the Brazilian Support Service for Micro and Small Companies, SEBRAE which migrated its operations in the field of economic solidarity support for initiatives to generate work and income to entrepreneurship Lima To work in a regularized form has advantages.
According to Sebrae, to be classified as an individual micro-entrepreneur is an opportunity for those who work on their own to conquer rights and formalize a small business without bureaucracy and free of charge. Many residents adhere to this proposal, especially in the fields of tourism, food services and crafts, stimulated by the state or by NGOs with special projects, 29 in this case, especially in the field of culture De Tommazi, to be published.
Later many complained that they never gained access to microcredit and that the courses promised did not arrive. Others discarded it immediately, above all the owners of small informal businesses in the favelas of food and traditional services. They argued that almost nothing was left over at the end of the month, how could they have permanent and regularized employees?
So how can I pay taxes and a full salary to the kid who I call to help when business is good? No less important, in this process, were other opportunities to transform these territories into commodities, which were strongly stimulated by the state.
From this perspective, whether in the territory, or in relation to the state and para-state forums in which they are engaged, trying to make these opportunities viable, they respond to the agencyings of the state and its partners by getting involved in surveys and developing projects, which did not have the expected responses Rocha These evictions are justified in a number of way. Or they are explicitly operated as expansions of the frontiers of the real estate market unlocking territorial assets that until recently did not have market value and increasing the value of private investments in the surroundings.
This involves, as Rolnik depicted , a movement of financial capital in search of new fields of accumulation that resulted in an increasingly intense and aggressive process of financialization of housing in the city - not only homes, but of locations and urban equipment and services.
As Rolnik makes clears, this is a national and global process in marginal territories. In this process, private real estate capital appropriates the valorization produced in these territories and their surroundings by the public investments made there. Although it explicitly does not operate with the commodification of these territories, this measure the first initiative of the federal government in relation to granting deeds to these territories separates regularization of land ownership from the urbanization of the territories.
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