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Brazil: protest against President Dilma Rousseff

Posted on: Aug-2016 | By: 9Dimen Group | General

According to police said, around 3000 protesters took part in an exhibition against Rousseff outside the Congress with dressed in the green and yellow colore of the Brazilian flag.

On Sunday, protestor shouts against suspended Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff and asking for her charge, on Copacabana beach, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Protesters turned out for lightly attended demonstrations in Rio against embattled President Dilma Rousseff five days before the start of the 2016 Olympic Games.

On Sunday, about 4,000 protesters were gathering on the beach at Copacabana in a festive atmosphere and sound of samba and the national anthem. Marchers carried huge banner where read “Dilma out and prison for Lula,” written to former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who was charged Friday with impediment of justice in an ongoing corruption probe.

Vilma Moniz Portella said, “We want our country back and for these people to go,” who was holding small hot-air balloon doll of the kickbacks at state oil giant Petro bras.

The scandal has shook Brazil’s political and business establishment, and hamper the Rio Olympic Games from 5-21 August, the first ever held in a South American country.

Marchers said crowed was little less as compare to past protestor in Rio calling for Rousseff’s impeachment that have attracted hundreds of thousands of people. His impeachment trial is going to set breach of budgeting rules which is beginning on 29 August.

She has been suspended form office on May 12; she was replaced on provisional basis by Vice President Michel Temer. two-thirds vote by the Senate would remove her from office, if Rousseff is overthrow, he would finish out her command, which runs until the end of 2018.

According to police estimates, In Brasilia, about 3,000 protesters dressed in the green and yellow colors of the Brazilian flag took part in a demonstration against Rousseff outside the Congress.

In various area of the city protest called such as Salvador, Sao Paulo, Belo Horizonte and Recife. In several cities Rousseff’s supporters, meanwhile, turned out to rally against Temer.

Many notice the call of a leftist umbrella group called the “Fearless People’s Front” and confirmed in cities such as Sao Paulo where thousands clad in red chanted “Temer, get out!”

“Sure, the Workers Party (of Rousseff) is not having its best moment. There is corruption in all the parties. But Temer’s government is even worse,” said Eunice Mariano, a 61-year-old retiree.