Tag: Dilma Rousseff

    Students protest in Brazilian capital Brasília - Wilson Dias/ABr

    No Food, No Water, No Sleep: Is Brazil Torturing Student Protesters?

    Brazil’s public relations disaster has gone from bad to worse. In September, congress impeached ...

    São Paulo under a full moon - Paulo Pinto/Fotos Públicas

    While Some Call Brazil’s 20-Year Freeze, Shock Therapy, Foreign Markets Are Cheering

    Brazilian President Michel Temer is a step closer to cementing his long-term austerity plan ...

    Election day in Recife, Brazil - Sumaia Villela/ABr

    Brazil’s New Electoral Rules to Fight Corruption Help the Rich and Evangelical Churches

    Brazilians expressed their disenchantment and frustration on Sunday’s municipal elections punishing parties involved in ...

    Brazilian Senator Gleisi Hoffmann - Wilson Pedroza/Fotos Públicas

    Brazilian Senator and Her Husband, Both Rousseff’s Ministers, Charged with Corruption

    Brazilian Senator Gleisi Hoffmann and her husband, Paulo Bernardo Silva, who both served in ...

    Lula during a march in Ipojuca, Pernambuco - Ricardo Stuckert/Instituto Lula

    Brazil: Get Lula! Now! Or Else…

    The interminable, ghastly telenovela aiming at turning Brazil, the seventh-largest economy in the world, ...

    Antonio Palocci arrested by Brazil's Federal Police

    The Noose Is Tightening for Brazil’s Workers Party

    A medical doctor by training, Antonio Palocci was Brazilian former president Luiz Inácio Lula ...

    US vice president Joe Biden meets Michel Temer in New York - Beto Barata/PR

    How the Washington Regime Change Machine Was Able to Oust Brazil’s President Rousseff

    Washington’s regime change machinery has for the time being succeeded in removing an important ...

    Michel Temer meets the press in the US - Beto Barata/PR

    Refusal to Play the Neoliberal Game Toppled Rousseff, New Brazil President Reveals

    Addressing business leaders and foreign policy experts in New York, last week, Brazilian president ...

    Brazilian soldiers celebrate the 1964 military coup

    In Brazil Coups Are the Rule. Elected Government Is the Exception

    With a rom-pom-pom, the Brazilian Marine Corps brass band introduced the national anthem and ...