Thousands Took the Streets in Brazil to Demand President Dilma Rousseff's Ouster

Опубликовано 13 декабря 2015, 18:08
Brazilians protesters shouted demanding President Dilma Rousseff's ouster on Sunday,in the first nationwide protests since formal impeachment proceedings began against the leftist leader.
A congressional committee is considering her impeachment for allegedly violating budget laws to increase spending during her 2014 re-election campaign. But many Brazilians are more upset about a deepening recession and a corruption scandal that has ensnared many in her party.
One activist shouted into a loudspeakerin the capital Brasilia, where police estimated a maximum 6,000 people were gathered in front of Congress, in the smallest of four main protests this year, "We are tired. We want change. Out with this corrupt gang!"

Lower House Speaker Eduardo Cunha opened impeachment proceedings on Dec 2. Currently the opposition is not thought to have the votes to impeach Rousseff, who denies mishandling public accounts and has pledged to fight impeachment with all legal tools available in order to finish her second term.

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