By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – President of Brazil Dilma Rousseff marked her first 100 days of her second term as the country’s leader struggling to maintain political and economic control. After an extremely tight presidential race in October of 2014, Rousseff has been losing popularity and support from both the population and politicians as she tries to juggle rising inflation, decreasing economic growth, and an ever-growing antagonistic Congress.
“Rousseff’s first one-hundred days were marked by the significant draining of support for her,” says professor Jose Alvaro Moisés, professor of Political . . .