The Guardian: Brazil's president struggles to retain power as political crisis deepens
Michel Temer is refusing to resign and has said he will fight accusations of involvement in passive corruption, as protests lead to scuffles with police
Thousands of protesters have called for Brazil’s president, Michel Temer,to leave office as he lost yet another key adviser amid a deepening political crisis.
Scuffles between police and protesters broke out as the demonstrations neared Congress.
Temer is struggling to retain power after the release of a recording that appears to capture him approving hush money for a convicted former lawmaker. The president is resisting calls to resign and has said he will fight the accusations. Brazil’s top court is investigating him for alleged obstruction of justice and involvement in passive corruption.
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