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Lawyers Filed First Appeal on Lula Ruling

Lula was found guilty of accepting bribes from the engineering firm OAS in the form of a beachfront apartment in Guaruja

Lula da Silva Charged of Alleged Corruption

Lula was sentenced Wednesday to nine years and six months in prison for allegations of being implicated in the Petrobras corruption network

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

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff Removed from Office

With 42 votes in favor, 36 against and three abstentions, the Brazilian Federal Senate removed this Wednesday the former Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff

Cuba Strongly Rejects Parliamentary Coup against Dilma Rousseff

The Revolutionary Government of the Republic of Cuba strongly rejected the parliamentary and judicial coup d’état perpetrated against Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff

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

Brazil: Dilma Will Not Appear Before Committee Impeachment

The secluded constitutional president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff confirmed through social networks that she will not appear today before the Procedural Committee of the Federal Senate which is impeaching Rousseff

New Witnesses to Take the Stand in Dilma’s Impeachment

Four other witnesses will testify on Wednesday before the Procedural Committee of the Brazilian Senate that is impeaching President Dilma Rousseff

Brazil Interim Government Returns Ministry of Culture

Brazilian artists took the streets and demanded that the interim government restores the Culture Ministry

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