(Sputnik) – A majority of respondents in a new survey suggests that US President Donald Trump’s actions are a problem and impeachment would be the best solution. The results of the monthly national poll — conducted by Harvard University’s Center for American Political Studies and…
Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment has dealt a heavy blow to Brazil’s democracy, giving the country’s corrupt neoliberal elite free reign, experts say, adding that the case has all the earmarks of a “color revolution.”
Brazil’s young and vibrant democracy is under threat as an unelectable corrupt neoliberal political elite have taken the reins of power from President Dilma Rousseff of the Workers Party (PT), prominent American journalist, lawyer and author Glenn Greenwald warns in his recent article for The Intercept.
“As someone who has lived in Brazil for 11 years, it’s been inspiring and invigorating to watch a country of 200 million people throw off the shackles of a 21-year-old right-wing (US/UK supported) military dictatorship and mature into a young, vibrant democracy and then thrive under it. To see how quickly and easily that can be reversed — abolished in all but name only — is both sad and frightening to watch,” Greenwald writes.