Sao Paulo: Protests are breaking out again in Brazil just before President Dilma Rousseff`s first meeting with some members of the protest movement.
Demonstrations on Monday blocked access to Brazil`s biggest port in Santos, on the Sao Paulo state coast. It wasn`t clear how many demonstrators were involved.
Protests were also seen in at least four other states, with more expected as the day goes on.
In Brasilia, Rousseff`s office says she`ll meet in the early afternoon with members of the Free Fare Movement. That`s the group that ignited the original protests in Sao Paulo against a hike in public transport fares.
Despite having the fare hike reversed in several cities, the group says it will continue to fight for its objective of free transportation for all.