Brazil’s coup is an assault on democracy

The suspension of democratically elected President Dilma Rousseff is a denial of the clear wishes of the Brazilian people, writes DIANE ABBOTT
THE recent coup against Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff is extraordinary and has received relatively little attention in the British media.
The startling fact is that, while more than 50 million Brazilians voted to re-elect Dilma Rousseff as their president in 2014, it took only 55 senators to take the decision to remove her.
So they have suspended her for 180 days in order to make her face an impeachment trial over accusations of budget... read more

 
25 May 2016 in Editorial, Views: 36
Source: Morning Star
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