Ground Truth Briefing: The Aftermath of the Impeachment Vote in Brazil

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The Brazilian Chamber of Deputies impending vote on Sunday to impeach President Dilma Rousseff opens a new phase in the crisis facing Latin America's largest democracy. The potential transition to a new government led by Vice-President Michel Temer will not be smooth. Temer, not a popular figure, has limited time and political space to gain confidence from citizens and investors and move the country away from a recession that has already cost more than 3 million jobs. Further complicating matters, criminal investigations on the Petrobras corruption scandal will continue to highlight to Brazilians the problems of political legitimacy exposed by the crisis.

Please join us by phone for a teleconference from São Paulo as four leading experts discuss this rapidly evolving situation.
 

Toll Free #: 888-947-9018
Conference #: +1-210-839-8631
Conference Passcode: 13304

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Speakers

  • Monica de Bolle

    Visiting Fellow, Peterson Institute of International Economics and Adjunct Professor at the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington
  • Sergio Fausto

    Executive-Director, Fundação Fernando Henrique Cardoso
  • Carlos Eduardo Lins da Silva

    Global Fellow
    Special Advisor, São Paulo Research Foundation, Brazil
  • Paulo Sotero

    Director, Brazil Institute