Sometimes angry, sometimes serious.
Whatever it is, it belongs to the past, whether glorious or humiliating.
Brazil’s Supreme Court on May 5 suspended Speaker of the Lower House Eduardo Cunha from his duties.
He is being investigated by the court on charges of taking bribes from state oil company Petrobras. Cunha says he will appeal.
A bitter rival of President Dilma Rousseff and spearheading the efforts to oust her, Cunha launched impeachment proceedings against the head of state in December, accusing her of breaking budget laws.