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Brazil Trial Might Remove Michel Temer from Office

Although the trial is expected to be resumed next June, it could take up to a year before a verdict is reached

Pope Francis Chooses Not to Visit Brasil

His Holiness had been invited to commemorate the 300-year anniversary of the appearance of Our Lady of Aparecida, the principal patroness of Brazil

Thousand Brazilians Demonstrate against Temer on Independence Day

The protesters denounced cuts to social programs and demanded protection of human rights on the ocassion of the celebration of Brazilian Independence Day

Brazilian Senate Approves Trial against Dilma Rousseff

The Brazilian Senate has approved, by 59 votes in favor against 21, a request to put the constitutional president Dilma Rousseff on trial for abuse of responsibility

Brazil: Lula Favored in 2018 Election, Temer Tanks at 5%

Lula has expressed interest in running in the 2018 election, saying that the more he and his ally Rousseff are attacked, the more likely he is to run

Maranhao Retracts and Approves Impeachment against Dilma

Without any explanation, the acting president of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies, Waldir Maranhao, today revoked his decision to cancel the session during which the impeachment request against Dilma Rousseff was admitted

Brazilians Protest in New York to Reject Coup against Dilma Rousseff

A group of Brazilians today walked through streets of New York in a call for the cessation of actions to overthrow President Dilma Rousseff

Brazilian Chamber of Deputies Discusses President Rousseff Trial

The decision in favor of beginning political trial against Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff reaches the plenary of the Chamber of Deputies

Lula da Silva Returns to Government as Chief of Staff

Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva returned to the Brazilian Government today as the new chief of staff, amid a tense situation due to Judge Sergio Moro’s abuse of authority

Lula Might Become Member of President Rousseff Cabinet

The expected appointment today of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva as a government minister puts him squarely in the eye of the political storm in Brazil

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