The Brazilian government is locked in an emergency cabinet meeting tonight - trying to find a way to end the violent protests that have swept the country.
Last night, more than a million people were out demonstrating. Corruption, failing public services and the cost of the World Cup are among their grievances.
Brazil Correspondent Nick Ravenscroft reports:
The anti-government protests are continuing in Brazil - but this time they are more localised.
As demonstrations sweep across Brazil, protester Bruno Correia explains what has driven so many Brazilians onto the streets.