If Brazil Votes To Remove Rousseff, Her Replacement May Not Be Better
A committee voted to impeach President Dilma Rousseff over financial mismanagement allegations, but much of Brazil's government is corrupt.By Grant Suneson | April 12, 2016
Brazil’s Congress moved one step closer to removing its president.
A 65-member committee recommended the impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff for allegedly using funds from a state-run bank to cover up for a lacking budget.
Opponents say it was wrong for Rousseff to mislead the public, but members of her Workers’ Party think it’s just a convenient excuse to get her out of office.