This video says about itself:
5 September 2016
Tens of thousands have demonstrated against Brazil‘s newly installed President Michel Temer at a massive rally in Sao Paulo. Demonstrators said Temer and his allies illegally removed Dilma Rousseff from power. Sao Paulo police say they fired tear gas.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Brazil: Minister quits over corruption
Saturday 26th November 2016
Legislative Affairs Minister Geddel Vieira Lima quit after former culture minister Marcelo Calero told federal police that he had pressured him to allow construction of a luxury building in a historic preservation area of the city of Salvador.
Mr Calero, who resigned last week, testified that Mr Temer himself had suggested ways to avoid the normal oversight process for such a building.
Following the removal of the Dilma Rousseff as president of Brazil, the new unelected president has launched a wave of neoliberal policies, but is facing massive resistance, writes CHRIS WILLIAMSON: here.
Free-trade with right wing Brazil means privatisation and environmental damage: here.