This video says about itself:
13 May 2016
WikiLeaks have released two cables showing that Brazilian acting president Michel Temer was an informant for U. S.’ Embassy officials and reported them on Brazil’s political landscape ahead of the 2006 election that led to the reelection of Lula da Silva.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Traitor Temer puts workers on sharp end of his coup
Saturday 14th May 2016
BRAZIL’S new Acting President Michel Temer held his first cabinet meeting yesterday where it became clear that working people would bear the brunt of his economic policy.
Mr Meirelles said that he would tackle a system that allows some people to retire in their fifties, declaring: “Retirement must be self-sustaining over time.”
He said that the country needed to raise worker productivity “and this comes through labour law” changes.
Mr Temer declared during Thursday’s swearing-in ceremony for his 22 cabinet ministers — all white men in a country where people of colour make up over half the population — that “our biggest challenge is to staunch the process of freefall of our economy.”
He gave warning that public expenditure would be slashed.
She warned that the new government was planning to dismantle social programmes that benefit around a quarter of the population.
Mr Temer countered that the programmes would be maintained and “perfected” under his leadership, but Social Development Minister Osmar Terra was less sure.
“What President Michel is proposing is that those programmes be the most sheltered, but, if the budget hole is very big, we’ll have to see,” he said.
This video from the USA says about itself:
With Rousseff Out, Brazil’s Interim President Installs Conservative All-White, All-Male Cabinet
13 May 2016
Brazil’s former vice president, Michel Temer, assumed power as interim president Thursday after the country’s Senate voted to suspend President Dilma Rousseff and begin impeachment proceedings over accusations she tampered with accounts in order to hide a budget shortfall. Rousseff called the move a coup. Temer is a member of the opposition PMDB party and has been implicated in Brazil’s massive corruption scandal involving state-owned oil company Petrobras.
He was sworn in Thursday along with a new Cabinet that is all white and all men, making this the first time since 1979 that no women have been in the Cabinet. We are joined from Rio de Janeiro by Andrew Fishman, researcher and reporter for The Intercept, who discusses the role of the United States in protests against Rousseff, and the background of Temer’s new Cabinet members.