sexta-feira, 13 de maio de 2016

Brazil: Fear offers Government and calls for the trust of Brazilians

The interim President of Brazil, Michel Temer, in his first public speech after the suspension of President Dilma Rousseff said on Thursday that it was "urgent to restore the credibility of Brazil".

The country faces a political crisis and the worst economic crisis since the 1930.

In Brasilia, Fear called for unity and trust of Brazilians: "Confidence in the recovery of the national economy, the potential of our country, in its social and political institutions, and in the ability of United we can meet the challenges that this moment, that is of great difficulty," said the Acting President of Brazil, Michel Temer.

Michel Temer has in its 22 Government Ministers, is t he first Brazilian President to have no Minister since 1979.

The President-elect, Dilma Roussef, guarantees be innocent, wronged and that what is now at stake is the Constitution.

Dilma has already appealed to the people to be mobilized, United and at peace in the struggle for democracy

Fear (PSDB), Vice President of Rousseff (PT), now be President of Brazil during the time in which it is away to stand trial in the Senate, which can last up to six months.

If Rousseff will be convicted for having committed a crime of fiscal responsibility, Fear meet the rest of the mandate, until 2018.

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