Opinion by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The most popular chant around Brazil today will not be “Fora Temer!” but rather “Fora Cunha!” The reason is that, starting (probably) at 7PM and stretching (surely) well into the wee small hours of Tuesday September 13th, Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies will be voting on whether to remove from its ranks Federal Deputy Eduardo Cunha.
Mr. Cunha, who has a degree in economics and worked as an auditor before entering politics, has been an elected member of the federal Chamber since 2003 and in 2014 received the third highest number of . . .