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Podcast: Rousseff Won’t Go Quietly, Even If She Loses Impeachment Vote

Dilma Rousseff's former spokesman Thomas Traumann talks with AQ's editor-in-chief about Brazil's coming impeachment vote.
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Blog do Planalto (Flickr) Roberto Stuckert Filho/PR, March 17, 2016

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Even if she loses Sunday’s impeachment vote, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is likely to keep fighting for her job, says one of the people who knows her best. Thomas Traumann, a political analyst who until 2015 was Rousseff’s spokesman, explains why investors are too optimistic about Brazil post-impeachment in this conversation with AQ editor-in-chief Brian Winter.

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Tags: This Week in Brazil, Brazil, Dilma, Impeachment

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