Opinion by Samantha Barthelemy
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - One week after Brazil’s presidential elections, history is somewhat still waiting to be made. On October 31st, 55.7 million Brazilians didn’t just elect their first female president, a laudable and historic feat. They voted for condoning the corruption entrenched in the Workers’ Party (PT) government.
It is easy to understand how Dilma Rousseff won – she now has . . .