AFL-CIO Stands With Brazilian Workers and Democracy.

May 24, 2016 Kenneth Quinnell

Over the last few months, right-wing forces in Brazil have seized the opening created by a failing economy and corruption investigations involving all political parties to suspend a democratically-elected president. Those politicians leading the effort to remove the president are implicated in multi-million dollar scandals. Ironically, there are no corruption or other criminal charges against the president, Dilma Rousseff.

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