This AFP video says about itself:
Brazilians call for Temer to step down over hush money scandal
19 May 2017
Brazilians protest in Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia to demand the resignation of President Michel Temer who is defiantly refusing to step down after being put under investigation for allegedly authorizing payment of hush money to a politician imprisoned for corruption.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Supreme prosecutor of Brazil suspects president of corruption
Brazil’s highest public prosecutor suspects President Temer, among other crimes, of corruption and obstructing law enforcement. The president became controversial because of sound recordings in which he seems to approve the payment of hush money. He then appeared on TV and said he did not want to resign.
The Brazilian Supreme Court issued the green light for an inquiry yesterday and has now released documents containing the suspicions of prosecutor Rodrigo Janot against Temer. With this, the corruption scandal surrounding the companies Petrobras and Odebrecht, which has plagued Brazil for years, is expanding.
Joesley Batista, the meat trader who made the secret recordings with Temer, has said he has paid 1.5 million dollars for the past few years to the president. …
Batista is himself suspect in the corruption affair and has concluded a deal with the judiciary. The recording with Temer tells us how the president approves the payment of hush money to politician Eduardo Cunha, condemned for corruption. Cunha was sentenced to imprisonment for 15 years.
The [right-wing, like Temer] newspaper O Globo, which supported Temer so far in his plans to implement reforms and cuts, is calling on the president to resign. In a major editorial comment, the paper writes the president has failed in the moral, ethical, political and administrative spheres.
Brazil’s markets plummet amid corruption charges against president: here.