Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Brazil: Senators and Deputies considering adopting recall law for President

Following repeated corruption issues, the proposed recall law would open up the president to petitions, which would require signatures from 10% of turnout in the last election. This would lead to a new vote.

The law must be passed twice by three-fifths majority in both the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies to go into law.

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