The tweet reads, "Women, men, and children blocked the highway to protest against against the Temporary Framework vote."
According to the Bill 490, the Brazilian state will only recognize as Indigenous territories those lands that Indigenous peoples had occupied until October 5, 1988, when the country's Constitution was promulgated.
With the current legislation, Indigenous peoples are not required to demonstrate that they were occupying their lands up to that date.
In order to legalize their territories, the Brazilian Indigenous peoples only need to carry out an administrative procedure through the National Foundation of Indigenous Peoples (FUNAI).
After several hours of blockade of the highway, the Shock Troop, a anti-riot group of the Sao Paulo Military Police, dispersed the protesters using tear gas and rubber bullets.