Brazilian Congressmen Begin Impeachment Process Against Vice President Mourão

Vice President Mourão has yet to respond to Congressman Feliciano’s accusations that he is ‘a conspirator.’

By Jack Arnhold, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – In a bizarre latest twist of Bolsonaro's embattled government, Brazilian congressman Marco Feliciano, of the Podemos party, has started an impeachment process against sitting vice president Hamilton Mourão.

Feliciano submitted the official protocol for an impeachment process on Tuesday, April 16th, accusing Mourão of "indecent, dishonorable and unworthy conduct" as well as of "furtively trying to take power" from President Jair Bolsonaro.

On Twitter, Feliciano said that his petition is merely a warning intended to keep the vice president loyal.

He added that former president Dilma received 19 . . .

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