In 2016 , Brazil faced a political crisis was also affecting the national economy. Dilma Rousseff , the president of the Workers Party ( PT) , was accused of theft and mismanagement during his tenure for the majority of the population (mainly young students and the middle class ) , for the period of its government , inflation and corruption they took extreme proportions . In this context, with so many riots and public demonstrations, was initiated the impeachment of the president , which was removed and his deputy Michel Temer (PMDB ) took possession of the post.
Far from ending the problem , the new president of Brazil is creating educational reform projects based on school and American university structure , but the criticism of the planning are significant ; and the population calls for new elections .
With the departure of Dilma , the crisis has the instant result to economic paralysis , which is directly reflected in people’s lives , with rising unemployment, erosion of income, inflation and widespread pessimism affecting investment. Brazil is one of 2015 was already to forget , a decrease of 3.8% in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP ) , the worst result since 1990. For 2016 , the market provides higher shrinkage 3% , a number that is likely to grow if the government following cast. Overall, the image of Brazil is shaken , damaging the country’s insertion in the international arena .
This year there will also be elections for mayor and councilor in Brazilian cities , this fact can have consequences against the government of Temer, decreasing the number of PMDB politicians in power .
by Djamilly B.