How big can corruption get in a major country? Brazilians are marching for impeachment of their president because the economy is in recession, inflation is at 10%, basic services aren’t being provided, and corruption scandals are being exposed. And yet, the president remains in power, even with approval ratings less than 10%. Regardless of how the political battles resolve, disruptions in such a major economy tend to have global repercussions. Brazil may become a case study in political and economic upheaval.

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“Brazilian President Under Fire As Tens Of Thousands Protest In 200 Cities” – Guardian

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