Brazilian president proclaims innocence


Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, at impeachment hearings following corruption charges against her, insisted again on Aug. 29 that she had committed no crime and said she was proud that she’d been “faithful to my commitment to the nation.”

She has been suspended from all official duties and has been replaced, at least for now, by her former deputy, Michel Temer, whom she accuses of stabbing her in the back.
He inherits a tattered economy and ongoing corruption controversies.
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