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Michel Temer’s Dream Came True, But Now He Has To Rule The Country

Posse_de_Michel_TemerMichel Temer has wanted to be President for years and now has the chance to rule the country. But with a destroyed economy and shadows of “golpism” hovering over his mandate, he is up for a bumpy ride.

On 31 August 2016, Michel Temer has become the new President of Brazil. Just a few hours before, the Senate had voted to impeach Dilma Rousseff, who has been dismissed from her role as President.

Temer’s mandate will expire on 1st of January 2019 (the original end date of Rousseff’s charge as President), when new elections will take place.

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Brazil Away From the Olympics

When Brazil won the bid to host the Olympic Games, it was a flourishing country. It was 2009, Lula da Silva led the country with a solid consensus, the economy was blossoming and the poverty rate declining. The Olympics were meant to be the celebration of a fast developing country, which had finally found its place among the biggest players in the political arena. Yet, in less than 7 years the Games are just a shining veil over a collapsing nation.

The Olympic Games are in full swing now. Records are broken, medals assigned, athletes are crying or laughing as we speak.

But underneath the surface, Brazil’s problems soars.

When Brazil won the bid to host the Olympic Games, it was a flourishing country. It was 2009, Lula da Silva led the country with a solid consensus, the economy was blossoming and the poverty rate declining. The Olympics were meant to be the celebration of a fast developing country, which had finally found its place among the biggest players in the political arena.

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