Brazilians protest against President Dilma Roussef


Protesters gather at the Paulista avenue with dolls allusive of the Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and President Dilma Rousseff in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on 13 March 2016, to demand the dismissal of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff.

More than a million protestors joined anti-government rallies across Brazil.

Millions of Brazilians flooded the streets of cities around Brazil to call for President Dilma Rousseff's resignation, as the country lives the worst recession in decades and is confronted with the biggest corruption scandal in its history.

The demonstration, on March 13, was the biggest showing registered since April 1984, against Brazil's military dictatorship.

According to police sources cited by Globo, 3.5 million people took part nationwide in 326 cities, including 100,000 in Brasilia...

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