This video says about itself:
13 September 2016
Eduardo Cunha, the man dubbed Brazil‘s most corrupt, and former speaker of the lower house has been stripped of his seat.
The chamber voted 450-10 to remove him from office.
Defending himself, he said he was ‘paying the price’ of having led the impeachment against ex-leader Dilma Rousseff. …
A lively and often venomous debate preceded the vote.
Ivan Valente, deputy of the PSOL Party (Socialism and Liberty Party) from São Paulo, made an impassioned call for his removal, saying that Cunha was corrupt and that he had to go for justice to prevail, before chanting ‘Cunha Out’.
Cunha is also under investigation for taking kickbacks in a scandal involving the state oil company, Petrobras. He has threatened to implicate others, leaving some members of President Michel Temer’s new government vulnerable.
According to Dutch NOS TV today (translated):
The conservative Christian politician [Cunha] was the biggest opponent of the deposed president Rousseff.
See also here.
Solidarity against the coup in Brazil in Amsterdam, the Netherlands: here.