Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff set to stand trail after the Brazilian Senate committee voted for to stand trial for breaking budget laws.
A Senate committee recommended on Friday that Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff be put on trial by the full chamber for breaking budget laws, moving a step closer to the likely suspension of the leftist leader from office next week.
Rousseff on Friday to resist her removal, her chances for staying in office are dimming. Her departure would come at a time when a majority of Brazilians are against Rousseff because of an economic recession .
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