The Senate of Brazil has voted to impeach President Dilma Rousseff, local and world media report.
A majority of 61, out of 81, senators have backed the move.
Michel Temer is now confirmed as the country's new President....
The Emerging Markets will emerge with crystal clear transparency articulating dignity and a better quality of life for the Brazilian population.
The ratio of political corruption defeating fiscal policies and stealing from the profits of National owned companies cause the effect on all social projects, health and education.
After the corruption, where has all the money gone?
I am ashamed what the impeached President Rousseff of Brazil has Bulgarian blood since I am a proud Bulgarian.
Now I am a Bulgarian in silence walking the streets of Brazil.
My fear is that this disease of corruption does not enter in Bulgaria.
The billions of dollars seem so easy to rob.
Our purification is transparency.
In the streets of Brazil, you see demonstrations articulating "Golpe" and reelections.
The impeachment went through congress, senate, and the judiciary within the scope of the Brazilian constitution.
Now the thieving politicians of the opposition use a camouflage of "Golpe" to hide illegal gains received in corruption.
Golpe and Reelections fall short of the Brazilian Constitution.
The world should have their eyes on Brazil and further democracy within legal mechanisms of the CONSTITUTION a sacred document in democracy.
The Old Pendulum tics right to left, now Brazil is on the right with new ideas and economics that will bring the force of Brazil in the commodity markets back to its normal strength.
The students of Brazil fail to realize that the new millennium has brought the intellect back to innovation and advances in society.
Brazil has the most sensitive environment but its environment gives us the finest tropical fruits that are a contribution to further one's health.
Now the ignorance and the corrupt politicians would like to inhibit the importance of the powerhouse of Brazil.
Yesterday I watched the student demonstration and the unionist in the streets waving their flags of dissent and hiding behind democracy but billions of dollars were robbed which defeated social programs, education, and health.
It is a shame to see students without information demonstrate and accepting the destruction of Petrobras, Pension Funds both national and international investors who invested in the faith of Brazil but lost millions of dollars.
The faith of Brazil is being defeated each day with these demonstrations.
The crumbling of the political players Congress, Senate, Ministers have fallen to the lowest form governmental corruption.
The President is gone!
The President of the Legislation Congress is gone!
What is next will not be a surprise since greed will reveal thirteen years of government in a fictional vacuum in an ocean monies robbed from the people who have no funds for health and education.
The deep pockets that caused corruption in Brazil has caused an instability between Right and Left.
As determined by the Brazilian Prosecution the Presidential institution was used to further self economic benefits.
The test of Democracy is at stake or civil "desobediente" using the unionists.
The time has come to use Brazil as a test case for transparency since the corruption affected State-owned companies that the United States and Europe trade on their Security Exchanges that affected pension funds, stockholders, and investments in Europe and the United States.
The rules of Fiduciary principles are at stake and Brazil must be held accounted for due diligence responsibilities.
It seems history books in the future will account for the missing billions of dollars in Brazil and Latin America.
The billions may have been applied to the left wing governments that attempted to unite the poor population.
It seems the backfire was the wave of recession and the decrease of petroleum prices, that Venezuela and Brazil dreamed will always be high, therefore to skim off the top money for corruption.
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