The Brazilian Senate voted to remove the President from power


Brazilian senators by a majority of votes decided to remove from power the country’s President, Dilma Rousseff, reports Reuters. It was supported by 55 senators voted against 22 of the legislator.

On Thursday morning Brazilian time Rousseff will be officially informed of the decision of the Senate. It is supposed to be judged for budget violations.

At the time of trial to perform the duties of the President will be Vice-President Michel Temer.