"When a President-elect is revoked under the charge of a crime he didn't commit, the name given to it in the democratic world is not impeachment, blow." Dilma Rousseff is no longer a tenant of the Presidential Palace. The Brazilian Senate voted in favor of impeachment and Rousseff was sidelined for a maximum of six months, during which time it will be decided if the "impeachment" is definitive or not. The President now, this process is nothing more than a coup: "When a President-elect is revoked under the charge of a crime he didn't commit, the name given to it in the democratic world is not impeachment, is hit. This process is a fragile process, legally inconsistent, a process unfair unleashed against an honest person and innocent. The strug gle for democracy has no date to end. Is a permanent struggle requires us to constant dedication, "said Dilma in the speech. In a parliamentary marathon that lasted into the night, the Senate approved the continuation of the process of "impeachment", which had already passed in the House of representatives. The official reason for the dismissal is the alleged makeup of public accounts by the Government. The Vice President Michel Temer will now be sworn in as interim President, but is far from a consensus figure, since it is also accused of corruption.