Senate vote on Rousseff's impeachment reflected in international press

The New York Times reported that after a raucous session Brazilian senators voted in favor of the complaint against Dilma.
10/08/2016 10h30 - Updated 10/08/2016 10h31
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The US media reported today (10) the approval, Senate, by 59 votes to 21, report that upholds the complaint against away President Rousseff. The Washington Post put it among the ten most read of the day and reported that the final judgment of Dilma Rousseffa take place by the end of this month, a week after the end of the Olympic Games in Rio.

O The New York Times informou que, with the eyes of the world on the Olympic Games and after a raucous session, from 20 hours, chaired by the head of the Supreme Court, Ricardo Lewandowski, Brazilian senators voted in favor of the complaint against the leftist leader Dilma Rousseff. It condemned, At the end of the month, notes the newspaper, it will mean the end of 13 years of the Workers' Party government (PT) and take the deputy Michel Temer, Acting President, to complete – up until 2018 – what remains of Dilma Rousseff mandate .

CNN television network reported that the vote of the senators means that Rousseff may face trial after the Olympic Games in Rio, ending in 21 of August.

In an article on the Senate vote, Britain's The Guardian, in its American version, informed that, with attention focused on Brazil at the Olympic Games, Senators held, in Brasilia, an “raucous session” that will decide the political future of the country. According to the newspaper, the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, former guerrilla and the first woman to lead the country, paralyzed Brazil's policy since the beginning of the year and deepened allegations of kickbacks in Petrobras.

The magazine commented Newseek, on your website, that the decision taken by the Senate, early this morning, can ward off the power the first Brazilian head of state female, under the suspicion that she made changes in the country's budget to guard against weakening economy.

Source: Agency Brazil

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