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Grace Fan

Director, Brazil/Latin America Research

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Brazil Monitor: Dilma’s 100 days of solitude

Overview

After racking up a seemingly endless number of defeats during the first 100 days of her second term, President Dilma Rousseff could see her relationship with the Congress improve going forward following her decision to appoint Vice President Michel Temer of the Democratic Movement Party (PMDB) to be her main point of contact with the Congress. In typical Dilma fashion, the decision to appoint Temer to this important job came after yet another embarrassing incident, in which the...

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