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01.06.2017Brazil: Brazil plunges back into political crisis *** ARCHIVE

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BRAZIL PLUNGES BACK INTO POLITICAL CRISIS
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL | 18 MAY 2017 - ONWARDS
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Brazilian President Michel Temer is denying a report that he endorsed bribing a now jailed former congressman to keep him quiet.

The allegation made in a Globo newspaper report could have widespread impact in a nation swamped by graft scandals and a populace furious about it.

Opposition politicians took to Twitter and local news channels to call for Temer to resign or be impeached, arguing his government no longer had legitimacy.

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