Brazil prepares to vote on removing second president in a year

Brazil’s congress will vote on corruption charges against Michel Temer, who has been plagued by scandal following Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment The lower house of Brazil’s congress will on Wednesday vote on corruption charges against the president, Michel Temer . If two thirds of its deputies approve the charges – and Brazil’s supreme court agrees – Temer will be suspended for up to 180 days and put on trial. The latest twist in Brazil’s political nightmare will mark the second time in a year that lawmakers vote on whether to remove a president. Continue reading...