by Johannes MYBURGH, Carola SOLÉ - AFP on May 22, 2017, 1:20 am Key allies to meet on Temer's fate in Brazil crisis Brasília (AFP) - Key parties in Brazilian President Michel Temer's ruling coalition were expected to decide Sunday whether to remain loyal as leftist groups protested and an influential lawyers' group called for his impeachment.The center-right president is being probed for allegedly obstructing a corruption investigation by paying hush money to jailed former speaker of the...
Key parties in Brazilian President Michel Temer's ruling coalition were expected to decide Sunday whether to remain loyal as leftist groups protested and an influential lawyers' group called for his impeachment. The center-right president is being probed for allegedly obstructing a corruption investigation by paying hush money to jailed former speaker of the house Eduardo Cunha. On Sunday, Temer fought back, saying that a secret audio recording incriminating him had been tampered with.
Brasília (AFP) - Brazil's embattled President Michel Temer won a small reprieve Sunday when a key coalition partner delayed a decision on whether to abandon him over an explosive corruption scandal. Nationwide street protests called by leftist groups also had only a modest impact, with no more than a few hundred people in each major city, further easing the sense of intense crisis for the center-right president.
It's a battle to tell the human story when violence like the shootouts between drug gangs and police in Rio de Janeiro leave masses of faceless victims.
This project sought out the faces, to see what they liked, who they loved, and the empty spaces they left behind. https://t.co/36sfdLLpoT
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