A power struggle continues in Brazil. Crowds gathered in more than 30 cities, this time to show their support for President Rousseff and her predecessor Lula da Silva. The festive mood was in stark contrast to government protests in recent days.
Whatever the final verdict against former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, it won't diminish his enormous contribution to the country's political life, says DW's Astrid Prange.
An anti-corruption judge ordered assets of former President Luiz Inacio Lula de Silva frozen after the leader was sentenced to almost ten years in prison for graft. The popular politician remains free pending an appeal.
A congressional committee has rejected a report calling for Brazilian President Michel Temer to be suspended from office. A massive corruption scandal has already seen ex-president Lula sentenced to almost ten years.
Brazilian President Michel Temer's days appear to be numbered. Charges of corruption are undermining his administration's credibility. And now a decision by the country's Superior Electoral Court could speed his exit.
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