Brazilian president loses impeachment vote

Brazil’s lower house has voted to pass impeachment proceedings against President Dilma Rousseff to the Senate. How likely is it that the impeachment motion will be passed in the Senate, taking the case to trial? Who is in the opposition camp? Rousseff’s Worker’s Party has been in office for 13 years, but now we’re seeing a change in Latin America’s political arena, with a drop in left wing popularity in Venezuela and Argentina. Is Brazil following this trend? And will the country’s political turmoil affect the upcoming Rio Olympics? Join us for a discussion with Professor Milton Seligman at INSPER Business School in Brasilia; in Rio de Janeiro, Mr. Charles Tang, President of the Brazil-China Chamber of Commerce and Industry; and in Washington DC, Ms. Maricruz Magowan, Vice President of the U.S. National Economists Club.

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