Brazil's President Michel Temer promised he would step in should legislators under suspicion of corruption make an attempt to grant themselves any sort of amnesty.
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On Wednesday morning, November 9, The New York Times headline in double-sized print read "Trump Triumphs." Brazil and the rest of the world woke up to an unbelievable catastrophe. The loud-mouthed presidential candidate with the crazy hair had been elected as president of the United States over Hillary Clinton.
Brazilian President Michel Temer has been trying to take drastic steps to address the economic crisis in Brazil, most recently through the proposed constitutional amendment (PEC) 241.
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