By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Trying to downplay the effect that corruption charges against dozens of lawmakers and cabinet members may have on his administration, Brazil’s President Michel Temer seems to have opened up another crisis in Brasília.
Temer during a TV interview last weekend, told in detail about how the impeachment process opened up by former Chamber of Deputies Eduardo Cunha against ex-President Dilma Rousseff last year was ‘an act of revenge’ for not obtaining three PT (Worker’s) Party votes in the charges against him (Cunha) in the Ethics Council . . .