The likelihood of Temer finishing his term has fallen significantlyMark Melin
The United States isn’t the only democracy where alleged tape recordings are involved in some way shape or form in a governmental crisis. In Brazil the reverberations of the Petrobras scandal and bribery of top government officials just can’t be put in the rearview mirror. When the Brazilian newspaper O Globo reported late Wednesday that the nation’s President Michel Temer gave a blessing to attempts to pay a witness to remain silent in a corruption probe. Nomura’s Latin American research . . .
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