By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – The week ahead in Brazil’s political arena promises to be turbulent with the Chamber of Deputies, Ethics Commission deciding on whether or not to vote for the expulsion of Chamber President, Eduardo Cunha. After seven months of postponements and delays the Chamber’s Ethics Committee is expected to vote between Tuesday and Wednesday on whether or not to recommend the removal of Cunha from the legislative body.
Cunha and family members are accused of possessing Swiss bank accounts that were never reported to Brazil’s federal revenue service or . . .