Rousseff

Brazilian President Temer Signs Constitutional Amendment Imposing 20 Years of Austerity

December 15, 2016

Rousseff was ousted to shift economic policy towards neoliberalism, and now Temer is rewarding the banks and financial investors for backing the legislative coup, says SOAS Professor Alfredo Saad-Filho

New Brazilian Government Introducing ‘Shock Doctrine’ Against Social Programs

September 16, 2016

With the most corrupt people are now running the country, the case against former President Lula might proceed with success, says journalist Shobhan Saxena

Brazil’s New President Presents Neoliberal Economic Plan

September 15, 2016

President Temer’s economic plan represents a deepening of neoliberal economic policies that Rousseff had already begun and will not improve the economic situation, says Professor Alfredo Saad-Filho

Brazil’s PT Failed to Disengage from Corrupt Elements of Its Political Class

August 3, 2016

Alex Cuadros, author of Brazillionaires: Wealth, Power, Decadence, and Hope in an American Country, says the PT, under the leadership of Lula and Rousseff, has failed to disrupt corporate influence over politics

No Case Against Suspended President of Brazil But Rousseff May Still be Impeached

July 15, 2016

Professor of Media Studies Joao Feres Jr. says a recent report exonerates Rousseff but the constitutional procedure will likely be used to remove her from office anyway.

Brazil’s President Faces Impeachment

March 27, 2016

According to Professor Saad-Filho, President Rousseff is facing a coup in the form of an impeachment process and her chances of surviving it are not good