On August 31st, former Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff was impeached. She was accused of illegally changing the country’s budgets. After the results of her impeachment vote, she stated that she was unconstitutionalyl impeached and that her impeachment was a coup d’etat. This means that her impeachment was an act of corruption in the Brazilian government. Even though Rousseff is no longer Brazil’s president, she still has many supporters who have rebelled against the police. She has promised her supporters that she is going to fight to return to office. Currently her former Vice President, Michel Temer, is filling her place. Even so, Brazil still has to fix their budget issues. I recommend reviewing their budgets several times to determine which have been manipulated. From there, readjust the budgets to what they were originally. Then, observe what the budget changes have affected. Finally, readjust the budgets accordingly.
There’s the underlying issue of a rising danger in Brazil’s economy. Since Rousseff has been in office, Brazil has experienced its worst recession since the 1930s. This has affected the 2016 Olympics in Rio. Some countries thought Brazil wasn’t ready for holding the Olympics because of their economic issues, however, the Olympics were held in Rio anyway.