Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL- Those of us who hoped Dilma would quit dithering after S&P’s consigning Brazil to the investment community’s scrap heap have been proven wrong. One prime example is the Congressional vote Tuesday night on whether or not to override her vetoes.
Originally, because she thought her coalition did not have enough support to approve her vetos, she tried her darndest to have the vote postponed while she drummed up support. But then she had the bright idea to offer PMDB the Ministry of Health, the biggest money-spinner in . . .