Brésil: les médias en campagne contre Dilma Rousseff

Les publications conservatrices font campagne pour sa destitution.

Morgann Jezequel, Correspondante au Brésil
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff bites on her fingernail during a signing ceremony for land reform agreements, at the Planalto Presidential Palace, in Brasilia, Brazil, Friday, April 1, 2016. A Brazilian Supreme Court justice was caught on tape calling the country's politics a "disaster" and saying the political system "doesn't have a minimum of democratic legitimacy," according to news reports Friday. The off-the-cuff remarks seem to echo the sentiment of many Brazilians who are fed up with Rousseff and her left-leaning Workers' Party. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff bites on her fingernail during a signing ceremony for land reform agreements, at the Planalto Presidential Palace, in Brasilia, Brazil, Friday, April 1, 2016. A Brazilian Supreme Court justice was caught on tape calling the country's politics a "disaster" and saying the political system "doesn't have a minimum of democratic legitimacy," according to news reports Friday. The off-the-cuff remarks seem to echo the sentiment of many Brazilians who are fed up with Rousseff and her left-leaning Workers' Party. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres) ©AP
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