Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Just when you thought things in Brazil couldn’t get worse, they do. Yesterday’s startling events may herald even more startling events soon, now that Lula has been sworn in as Dilma’s Chief of Staff, and Congress has begun impeachment proceedings.
Early in the morning, Lula agreed to become Chief of Staff. Shortly thereafter, PT and the Administration publicly announced that he would be sworn in next Tuesday . . .