A Brazilian judge on Monday ordered the immediate release of ex-president Michel Temer, days after the former leader was detained on allegations of ...
Temer has denied ever having requested any donations to Sao Paulo’s 2012 mayoral campaign run by Gabriel Chalita
Temer, who after being sworn in promptly traveled to China, said the protests were done by ‘small groups and predators’
Rousseff’s scheduled appearance during her impeachment trial is the culmination of a fight going back to late last year
Rousseff, repeated her insistence that forcing her out through impeachment amounts to a coup
Brazil is hosting South America’s first Games amid a political crisis that has deeply divided the nation of 200 million people
The scheme involved top politicians and some of Brazil’s richest men.
The 21-member committee voted 14-5 to try Rousseff for allegedly doctoring government accounts to allow more public spending
The poll, conducted on July 14 and 15, showed just three percent of people are in favor of holding early elections
Brazil’s interim president, Michel Temer, has lost the third cabinet member of his month-old administration
Brazil is in a deep recession and numerous politicians are being probed for alleged corruption
Rousseff, who was suspended May 12 when the Senate voted to put her on trial for breaking budget laws, was replaced by Temer, her vice president
Michel Temer’s team argued for ending far earlier, possibly even before the start of the Rio Olympics on August 5
Quiet and mild mannered son of Lebanese migrants takes up Brazil’s leadership reigns
Lebanon is entering its 24th month without a president in May, marking one of the longest times a country has been without a head of state ever
The Senate was due to meet later on Monday to pick a 21-member committee that will report back on whether to put Rousseff on trial or not
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