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Brazil’s new president faces uncertain tenure

Michel Temer, Brazil’s former vice president, has been sworn in as the country’s new president, a few hours after Dilma Rousseff’s final removal from office on Wednesday. The conservative leader will govern Latin America’s biggest economy through the end of 2018. Temer will also confront multiple political barriers and a declining economy waiting to be fixed. CCTV’s Lucrecia Franco reports on the mixed reactions.

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