Thursday, May 12, 2016


Senate approves impeachment opening against Dilma #Brazil

Senate approves impeachment opening against Dilma.

By 55 votes to 22, senators decide the continuity of the rite by the removal of the President.

After over 20 hours of sitting at 6h38min Thursday, the Senate sealed the fate of the first woman elected president of Brazil: by 55 votes to 22 , approved the opening of impeachment proceedings against Dilma Rousseff. With the result, the PT candidate who received 54 million votes in 2014 will be removed from office for 180 days, until the final judgment, and you risk not return to the Presidential Palace.
The weather this time was different from that marked the vote in the House of Representatives in April. The speeches took more formal tone - some even have been read in the gallery. There was no quarrel or great raptures, and the House came to stand almost empty at times. Electronic voting, registered panel prevented the awkward dedications. It was the feeling that the senators were limited to fulfill the formality, since the result was expected by all, including by pro-government.

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