By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – After weeks of rumors, Brazilian Defense Minister, Raul Jungmann discarded on Saturday any possibility of military intervention in Brazil due to the on-going political crisis. According to Jungman there is no room for any military involvement in the country outside of what is determined by the Constitution.
"There is peace and tranquility inside the barracks and in the Armed Forces,” said Jungmann in an event to mark the end of Brazilian military aid. According to the government official the Armed Forces are committed to working within the boundaries established . . .