Last week, Dilma Roussef’s impeachment has been confirmed by the senate of Brazil. She is now suspended for 6month until the final verdict. If she will be found guilty, she will be definitively removed from office. Until then it’s the vice president, Michel Temer, who is executing her charges.
Here is a quick update on my recent article about Brazil: The impeachment procedure has been stopped by Waldir Maranhao, Brazil’s interim president of the Chamber of Deputies on May 9th 2016. He asked for the vote from the 17th of April to be cancelled. His main argument is that the vote was not regular,… Read More Update on the impeachment procedure against Dilma Roussef
People who are unhappy with their governments can be found anywhere. But often, apart from demonstrations, not much happens. However, that’s not the case for Brazil. There have already been many demonstration waves over the last years. Against the world cup, against the Olympics and now against corruption and the government. Often those demonstrations are… Read More What is going on in Brazil?