Marina Silva Criticizes Trivializing the Term Coup in Brazil

By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Popular former senator in Brazil, Marina Silva, who ran for president in 2014 elections, has criticized the current vice president Michel Temer's yesterday (April 30), and the casual use of the word golpe (coup). Calling for new elections in the case of a Rousseff impeachment, Silva said she believes a popular vote is the more legitimate way for the country find a new leader.

"There's been an oversimplification of the word coup. They are trivializing something very dramatic in the history of the country. In a little . . .

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