Brazilian Congress votes to impeach Rousseff Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff suffered a crushing defeat on Sunday as a hostile and corruption-tainted congress voted to impeach her. In a rowdy session of the lower house presided over by the president’s nemesis, house speaker Eduardo Cunha, voting ended late on Sunday evening with 367 of the 513 deputies backing impeachment – comfortably beyond the two-thirds majority of 342 needed to advance the case to the upper house. The Guardian reports. Mexico’s Finance Minister and Pemex CEO to meet investors in New York The chief executive of Petróleos Mexicanos Jose Antonio Gonzalez Anaya and Mexico’s finance minister Luis Videgaray will travel to New York early this week to meet with investors, two officials […]
Daily News April 18, 2016
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