Brazil’s President Temer awaits congress decision

Brazil's President Michel Temer is looking increasingly vulnerable as a congressional committee meets to decide whether he should answer charges of corruption and obstruction of justice.

    Brazil's President Michel Temer is looking increasingly vulnerable as a congressional committee meets to decide whether he should answer charges of corruption and obstruction of justice.

    Temer's approval ratings have dropped to just seven percent, the lowest ever recorded. He said he has done nothing wrong and vows to carry on fighting.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler from Sao Paulo.


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