Bad Distribution of the Wealth: Here it is the Problem biggest of Brazil Among others For Adilson Motta, 20/05/2011 a country has poverty when scarcity of resources exists or when, although to have an acceptable volume of wealth, them badly they are distributed. Already other authors affirm that, the poverty exists when a segment of the population is incapable to generate income enough to have sustainable access to the basic resources that guarantee a quality of worthy life. These resources are: water, health, education, professional qualification, housing, feeding, income and citizenship. Amongst the developed countries, Brazil occupies 9 place in per capita income, 25 in ratio of poor persons and, in 2011 7 is considered bigger economy of the world. According to IPEA (Institute of Applied Economic Research), Brazil is not a poor country, but an unjust and extremely different country, with many poor persons, is what ' says the Study; ' The Unacceptable Stability: Inaquality and Poverty in Brasil' ' developed for the same institute. As data of the research, in 1999 had 14.5% of the Brazilian population living in families with inferior income to the line of poverty and 34.1%, with inferior income to the one of the line of the poverty.
This respectively corresponds the 22 and 53 million people. Comparing with the previous year, it had a small increase: in 1998 it had 21,7 million beggars and 50,3 million poor persons. Situation 2003:53,9 millions of poor persons lives in domiciles with inferior per capita income (one room) of the minimum wage, reaching 31.7% of the population/21,9 million poor persons and beggars live in domiciles with inferior per capita income minimum wage, reaching 12.9% of the population. The poor population of Brazil represents 30% of its total population, while in countries with per capita income similar, this number is of 10%. In accordance with this comparison, Brazil must have only 8% of its population in the line of the poverty.