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Brazilian leader Dilma Rousseff was told she had destroyed her credibility by weakening protection for forest areas. A coalition of Brazil 's leading conservation groups have condemned the country's president Dilma Rousseff for pardoning illegal
The popularity of Brazilian President with Bulgarian origins, Dilma Rousseff , among voters and fellow countrymen and women, has broken all records, according to a recent poll . The sociological research has been released recently by the Brazilian
Brazil's president is ending her first year in office with higher approval ratings than those her famously popular predecessor had at a similar stage. The Ibope institute says 56 percent of Brazilians approve of President Dilma Rousseff's government.
Some officers have been wary of Rousseff from the start, due in part to her background as a left-wing guerrilla in the 1960s. And that grumbling has become much more public since last week, when Rousseff sacked the previous minister for publicly
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff has launched a program to eradicate extreme poverty in the country's northeast. The plan announced Monday is part of the "Brazil Without Misery" program that aims to help the more than 16 million people who earn $44
Dilma Rousseff became Brazil's first woman president. She had been a freedom fighter and was tortured by her country's dictatorship. Ms. Rousseff 63 said her presidency marks the beginning of "a new era." She also vowed to "honor women" and "
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Saturday congratulated Dilma Rousseff, Brazil's first woman to become president, calling her inauguration an "important event." "On behalf of Canada, I would like to congratulate Dilma Rousseff on her
Dilma Rousseff has become the ever first women president of Brazil; she took oath as president on Saturday during a ceremony in capital Brasilia from her most acclaimed political mentor Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. He is also known
Dilma Rousseff first woman sworn in as president of Brazil on Saturday (01/01/2011), replacing a president who is very popular in Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Rousseff (63), Lula's former cabinet chief, was sworn in as president at
Brazil's first woman President, Dilma Rousseff sworn into office. Ms Rousseff was appointed energy minister in President Lula's government in 2003 and served as his chief of staff from 2005 to 2010. After the oath taking cerimony in