BRAZIL — Brazil officially and formally has a new President. President Michael Temer is officially the newest leader of the troubled country, perhaps, just hours after the country deposed Dilma Rouseff as its leader. Brazil’s Senate voted to convict Rouseff of financial corruption 61-20 over allegations of taking illegal state loans to patch up troubled financial spots in the country, dating, as far back as 2014.
Temer, a conservative leader isn’t quite as into an easy job himself. Already swamped with new work; his own scandals, and er, a betrothed Senate — Brazil’s future remains uncertain.