Bitter Ouster: Brazil after Dilma Rousseff (part 1)
In Brazil, it’s the end of the left's 14-year rollercoaster ride at the helm. Suspended president Dilma Rousseff went down fighting as she was chased neither by the ballot box nor by the courts but by a Senate chamber where she had burned her bridges with one coalition partner too many - including her replacement as president. We take stock of the Workers' Party's tenure and what lies ahead now for a Latin American giant that's not out of the woods.
Produced by Charles WENTE, François WIBAUX and Van MEGUERDITCHIAN.
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