Brazil court to decide President Temer's fate

Brazil's President Michel Temer could be stripped of power if an electoral court invalidates the results from the 2014 presidential election over allegations of corruption.

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    Brazil's President Michel Temer could be stripped of power if an electoral court invalidates the results from the 2014 presidential election over allegations of corruption.

    Temer was vice president at the time, but was elevated after Dilma Rousseff was impeached.

    The uncertainty is leaving Brazilians more disgruntled about politics than ever.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from the capital, Brasilia.


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