This video says about itself:
Brazilian Military Police Repress Shoppers
16 December 2016
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Temer adviser is latest to quit over corruption
Friday 16th December 2016
Jose Yunes, an adviser and lifelong friend to Mr Temer, resigned over accusations of being the middleman in an illegal campaign finance scheme.
Former Odebrecht construction firm director Claudio Melo Filho made the accusation against Yunes in a plea bargain case in an ongoing corruption scandal.
The PMDB party government, which came to power in a legislative coup against elected Workers Party president Dilma Rousseff, has lost six cabinet ministers in as many months to corruption scandals.
Ms Rousseff was impeached by Congress on August 31 on charges of juggling the budget in the 2014 election year to increase social spending — something she argued was par for the course in Brazil.
Brazil’s imposes drastic austerity amid deepening constitutional crisis: here.