Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – On Wednesday, as expected, the federal Chamber of Deputies voted to suspend any criminal proceedings against Temer before the STF. The vote was closer than the previous one held in August, but blocking prosecution still won the day.
The vote was open, not secret, and every legislator in the Chamber had to come to the microphone and state whether they supported the report exempting Temer from prosecution. The final tally . . .