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What’s Next for Brazil?
What’s next for Brazil as former president Dilma Rousseff moves out of the presidential palace after her impeachment? At least 100,000 people came out in Sau Paulo, Brazil to protest against new president Michel Temer in manifestations that became violent and led to accusations of police brutality. Matthew Taylor of American University offers his insight on how the country will move forward amid its corruption scandals. He is co-editor of “Corruption and Democracy in Brazil: The Struggle for Accountability.”
Photo: Antigovernment protesters flood Sao Paulo, Brazil, including these women holding “Women Without Fear” signs. Rovena Pink / Agency Brazil
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