There was an international played match here in Brazil at the weekend and the protests descended into violence when police stopped them reaching the stadium.
Today a military police leaflet says: "Protest in peace...Democracy, yes. Vandalism, no."
Protesters gathering in Belo Horizonte will march to the stadium where Brazil take on Uruguay in the Confederations Cup later.
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