Impeachment in Brazil: What to Expect from the Impending Vote and 
the Day After


Claudio Couto
Political Scientist 
Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV)
Valor Econômico Newspaper

Ricardo Sennes 
Prospectiva Consultancy
Non-Resident Fellow
 Atlantic Council

Alana Rizzo
Political Reporter
Época Magazine

Andrea Murta 
Associate Director, Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center 

Atlantic Council
With a vote on the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff set for later next week in House of Representatives, the Brazilian government and the country’s political forces are already maneuvering to respond to inevitable shifts – regardless of results. Will the vote set a new direction for Brazil or push it into more disputes and uncertainty? What is happening behind the scenes? 

Join us for a conference call with two of the country’s top political analysts who will give their candid assessments direct from Brazil. This call is part of the Atlantic Council's Brazil Chat Series, which brings together high-level voices from Brazil for real-time analysis of breaking political and economic issues

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