One Year Post-Temer: A Conservative Shift, the Left Response, and an Uncertain Brazilian Future


It has been one year since the first female President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, was removed from office and her Vice President, Michel Temer, took power. I have spent most of the past year in Brazil, observing the tumultuous events unfold. In this short blog post, I recount some of the most important developments that have taken place under Temer’s new administration.

Rebecca Tarlau
Publication date: 
June 12, 2017
Publication type: 
Blog Entry