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Offline Al Bundy

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« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2017, 06:22:51 PM »
Colored Revolution in Brazil in progress ??  :'(

http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/anti-government-protests-sweep-brazil-33114651

Revolution of Corruption in Brazil  :o

After the "soft turnaround" or abolition of the anti-globalist president of Brazil D. Rusef, there have been changes.
On the position of the new President of Brazil, he made a certain Tarem.

NYT: There has been a change in the new President Temer accused of corruption by the chief prosecutor in Brazil ... He is charged with taking a bribe of $ 152,000 through a mediator, Rodrigo Janot, a state-run lawyer, helps compromise the image of the Federal Republic of Brazil.

But Temer also has accomplices. Where? For Brazil's "MPs" who voted in Congress for President Temer should not go to trial on allegations of corruption, even though more than 80 percent of Brazilians have pleaded for the suspension of M. Temer and the end of the trial, the poll says ... 73 percent the respondent said that all lawyers who blocked the charges did not deserve to be re-elected.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/02/world/americas/brazil-michel-temer-corruption-charges.htmlhttp://]
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Revolution of Corruption in Brazil  :o

After the "soft turnaround" or abolition of the anti-globalist president of Brazil D. Rusef, there have been changes.
On the position of the new President of Brazil, he made a certain Tarem.

NYT: There has been a change in the new President Temer accused of corruption by the chief prosecutor in Brazil ... He is charged with taking a bribe of $ 152,000 through a mediator, Rodrigo Janot, a state-run lawyer, helps compromise the image of the Federal Republic of Brazil.

But Temer also has accomplices. Where? For Brazil's "MPs" who voted in Congress for President Temer should not go to trial on allegations of corruption, even though more than 80 percent of Brazilians have pleaded for the suspension of M. Temer and the end of the trial, the poll says ... 73 percent the respondent said that all lawyers who blocked the charges did not deserve to be re-elected.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/02/world/americas/brazil-michel-temer-corruption-charges.htmlhttp://