By Maria Lopez Conde and Anna Kaiser, Contributing Reporters
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has unveiled a three-pronged plan to improve public services amid continued widespread demonstrations over the poor quality basic services and World Cup expenditures across Brazil. Rousseff addressed the nation in a prerecorded televised speech on Friday night, lauding the "peaceful and democratic voice from the street."
"The direct message from the streets is peaceful and democratic. It demands systematic fight on corruption and to . . .