Meanwhile in Brazil....

Michel Temer, Brazil's vice president, who replaced President Dilma Rousseff today after she was suspended for six months after Brazil's senate voted to put her on trial for impeachment, will also face impeachment proceedings on the same charges as President Dilma's. Temer, a senior member of the Brazilian Democratic Movement party, is being accused of breaking governments fiscal rules, the same charge that got President Dilma suspended and facing an impeachment trial. But the corruption does not stop there; out of Brazil's 594 members of Congress, 352 — about 60 percent — are under investigation or facing charges for corruption and other serious crimes. Sources:


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