Sixty-three percent of Brazilians meanwhile want Temer to resign to allow early elections, Datafolha said. Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva currently leads the country's 2018 presidential race despite facing corruption charges, ... Pulse.ng, 1 month ago
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If Brazilians were ever shocked that the U.S. decided to put a onetime star of The Apprentice in the White House, theyre over it. Two popular potential candidates for the 2018 contest in Latin America's largest country are former hosts of O ...Bloomberg, 1 day ago
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Brazil soon will no longer hold the position as the country with the largest number of Catholics in the world. For years the number of people who have declared themselves Roman Catholic are in grave decline, and the last survey by Datafolha ...Church Militant, 2 weeks ago
Brasilia, December 30 (RHC)-- Brazil will seek to reform the country's tax laws next year, unelected President Michel Temer announced on Thursday after pushing in recent months controversial proposals to overhaul the South American nation's pension ...Radio Habana Cuba, 2 weeks ago
AFP Sao Paulo "We will beat this crisis," Brazil's unpopular President Michel Temer said in a Christmas broadcast on Saturday, as the country remained mired in recession and uncertainty. The conservative leader, who succeeded Dilma Rousseff, ...Qatar Tribune, 3 weeks ago Brazil president promises to beat crisis The Gulf Today, 3 weeks ago Temer beams optimism as recession looms Oman Tribune, 3 weeks ago We will beat this crisis in 2017, Brazil leader vows Jamaica Observer, 3 weeks ago
By | BRASILIA BRASILIA Corruption allegations implicating Brazilian President Michel Temer and his party are casting doubt on his ability to remain in office and causing the first cracks in his coalition amid growing calls for early elections. ...Reuters India, 3 weeks ago
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Constitutional change enshrines austerity cuts RIOTS raged in Brazil's capital on Tuesday as the Senate passed a constitutional change capping public spending for the next 20 years. The same upper house which impeached Workers Party (PT) ...Morning Star Online, 1 month ago Protests engulf Brazil after austerity vote 6hr PressTV.com, 1 month ago Brazil Senate passes bill to cap gov't spending for next 20 years China.org.cn, 1 month ago Brazil senate approves austerity package to freeze social spending for 20 years The Guardian, 1 month ago
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Corruption scandals, tear gas in the streets and unrest in Congress -- things are looking ugly for Brazilian President Michel Temer and his bid to turn around Latin America's biggest economy. His government cheered after the Senate voted Tuesday ...Digital Journal, 1 month ago Brazil's Temer plans economic stimulus Oman Observer, 1 month ago Brazil's Temer, in battle for survival, plans economic stimulus Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago UPDATE 2-Brazil's Temer, in battle for survival, plans economic stimulus Reuters UK, 1 month ago
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