Brazil’s Rousseff to address impeachment in UN trip


BRASÍLIA: Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff flew to New York on Thursday to sign a global climate change pact but she will use the international stage to denounce efforts to impeach her. The opposition criticized Rousseff’s plans to address the issue at the United Nations, days after the lower house of Congress sent impeachment proceedings to the Senate, which is expected to vote on opening a trial by mid-May. Rousseff is going to the UN to sign the climate deal on Friday.


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