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Majority of Senate That Impeached Rousseff Under Investigation

Brisilia, September 1, 2016 - More than half of the Senate voting to impeach Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff Wednesday are themselves facing legal proceedings on charges of corruption. According to news reports and official sources, 49 of Brazil's 81 senators face crimes ranging from money laundering to illicit enrichment and electoral fraud.

Rousseff 'Strictly Followed the Law:' Brazil Senate on 3rd Day

Brasilia, August 27, 2016 - The third day of the impeachment trial against the suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff started early Saturday, a day after the session was suspended following a Senate session that the chamber's president said made the institution look like a "psychiatric hospital."

Brazil Senate Explodes, Suspended as Rousseff Trial Hots Up

BRAZILIA, August 26, 2016 - The Brazilian Senate was forced to suspend the second day of the final part of the impeachment trial against the suspended President Dilma Rousseff after a fiery session saw senators accuse each other of corruption and the president of the Senate lost control of the session.

Brazil's 'Week of National Shame Begins' says Lula

Brazilia August 26, 2016 -Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva branded the impeachment process against suspended President Dilma Rousseff "embarassing" on Thursday, the same day the final phase of the process began in the Senate.
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