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Political crisis in Brazil

On May 12, 55 senators out of 81 voted for an impeachment trial to be held against Brazilian President Dilma Roussef.  She has therefore been suspended for up to 6 months, until the final verdict in the trial. Her Vice-President Michel Temer from the Brazilian Democratic Movement Party, who is mentioned in the corruption Petrobras case, will replace her…
On April 17, a large majority in Parliament had already voted in favour of the impeachment. Accused of allegedly manipulating government accounts in order to conceal the deficit, she denounced an “institutional coup”.

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  • Aroeira (Brazil), published in O Dia (Rio de Janeiro)
    Political crisis in Brazil - Aroeira (Brazil), published in O Dia (Rio de Janeiro)
  • Rayma (Venezuela), published on CagleCartoons
    Political crisis in Brazil - Rayma (Venezuela), published on CagleCartoons
  • Darío (Mexico)
    Political crisis in Brazil - Darío (Mexico)
  • Machado (Brazil), published in Extra
    Political crisis in Brazil - Machado (Brazil), published in Extra
  • Simanca (Brazil), published in A Tarde (Salvador, Bahia)
    Political crisis in Brazil - Simanca (Brazil), published in A Tarde (Salvador, Bahia)
  • Machado (Brazil), published in Extra
    Political crisis in Brazil - Machado (Brazil), published in Extra
  • Simanca (Brazil), published on CagleCartoons
    Political crisis in Brazil - Simanca (Brazil), published on CagleCartoons
  • Hall (USA)
    Political crisis in Brazil - Hall (USA)
  • Bonil (Ecuador)
    Political crisis in Brazil - Bonil (Ecuador)
  • Aroeira (Brazil), published in O Dia
    Political crisis in Brazil - Aroeira (Brazil), published in O Dia
  • Aroeira (Brazil), published in O Dia (Rio de Janeiro)
  • Rayma (Venezuela), published on CagleCartoons
  • Darío (Mexico)
  • Machado (Brazil), published in Extra
  • Simanca (Brazil), published in A Tarde (Salvador, Bahia)
  • Machado (Brazil), published in Extra
  • Simanca (Brazil), published on CagleCartoons
  • Hall (USA)
  • Bonil (Ecuador)
  • Aroeira (Brazil), published in O Dia