Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Late last year, the Curmudgeon wrote that “the institutional foundations of Brazil are under attack from each other, and from within.” Sadly, this state of affairs continues apace. Worse yet, no one seems to care.
Recently there were grandiose plans for mammoth demonstrations throughout Brazil on Sunday March 26th, designed to support the Lava-Jato investigations and protest the curtailment thereof. Events have overtaken this momentum, and the demonstrations fizzled out.
The . . .