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Grace Fan

Director, Brazil/Latin America Research

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Brazil’s 2016 legislative session gets off to a bumpy start

Overview

President Dilma Rousseff has started the 2016 legislative session by extending an olive branch to the members of the two houses. At the opening session this week, she made the important symbolic gesture of going to the Congress to deliver a speech. Although the move appeared to be largely well received, Dilma’s relationship with the legislative branch is unlikely to improve anytime soon and she was actually booed by some legislators during a part of her speech.

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