Brazil’s Lower House Decides President Temer’s Fate, Again

This is the second time in less than four months that charges against President Temer go up before the country"s Chamber of Deputies.

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Accused by Brazil’s former top prosecutor, Rodrigo Janot, for conspiracy and obstruction of justice, Brazilian President Michel Temer political fate will once again be in the hands of the Lower House on Wednesday, as the Chamber of Deputies votes on whether or not to accept the charges against him.

The Administration however, is confident that Temer will win this latest political battle. In addition to sending ten Cabinet members temporarily back to the Chamber to take their original seats as Congressional representatives, Temer has also accelerated the passing of . . .

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