The Brazil Federal Police (PF) provide not only airport security, but also immigration and departure passport processing and other essential services. They have had several protests of various types during the last months. Their union is having a meeting May 14 to decide whether to proceed with the general strike during the World Cup. The government has made proposals to the union, and according to the union the members are split 50/50 between wanting a general strike and not wanting one. In a related matter, there has been signage in English only, posted within Federal Police passport issuance processing center at GIG (ONLY Brazilian citizens seeking new passport issuance and Federal Police workers can enter there) disparaging President Dilma and calling for her ouster. This quite strange and very provocative message is clearly directed towards PF staffers who work there, nearly all of whom read English, and/or Brazilian citizens applying for passports, many of whom also read English. Since non non-Brazilians can access the area my conclusion is that the intention is to avoid provoking the majority of Brazilians who might see the poster but cannot read English. Even stranger this poster is placed directly beneath the TV screen that everyone must watch who's waiting their turn in the processing queue. There has been exactly zero press comment about this AFAIK.