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Former Brazilian president says democracy is in jeopardy

August 30, 2016 The Independent

With the chamber set to decide later this week whether former Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff is guilty of corruption charges, professor James Green comments on the political upheaval in South America's largest economy. "Impartial observers generally recognize that the charges against her are more political than fiscal in nature,”said Green, who teaches Brazilian history and culture.

Former Brazilian president says democracy is in jeopardy (comments by Jim Green) – The Independent