BREAKING: Former President Dilma Rousseff Given Life Imprisonment & An Order Not To Leave Jail

Selected: 1977 Officer in the Federal Police, América Brasileira Promoted in 1981 to Commanding Officer Relieved of duties in 1985 (Farewell message says –to the peoples of Brazil, including the poor, who for too…

BREAKING: Former President Dilma Rousseff Given Life Imprisonment & An Order Not To Leave Jail

Selected: 1977

Officer in the Federal Police, América Brasileira

Promoted in 1981 to Commanding Officer

Relieved of duties in 1985 (Farewell message says –to the peoples of Brazil, including the poor, who for too long have lived and been buried in an impoverishing system of free trade and free commodities, privatization, neocolonialism and imperialist interventions)

Retired in 1988

Helped raise GDP by over 150% and the middle class by over 200% between 1985 and 1992

Suspended in May 2016 on corruption charges

Treated in a dignified manner by the Brazilian government as a past president for some time

Treated as an enemy, and mentioned in a police column by two officers, effectively giving her a death sentence (A. Munçal, page 82)

Is a chronic malaria patient

Emigrated to Haiti in 2000

Joined party of the Workers’ Party’s

Elected Vice President in 2002 and in 2006

Promoted to Executive President in 2010

Appointed to the United Nations

Appointed to the Supervisory Committee of the Market Society of the United Nations, in 2013

Appointed to the Board of Directors of IBRD (the Inter-American Development Bank)

Chief of Staff to Dilma Rousseff

Stated she needed to win the Supreme Court ruling not to make her prosecutors’ case when her opponents were calling for her to be retried

March 2011

Appointed to the Supreme Court

September 2015

Appointed Minister of the Presidency

November 2016

Cited by Brazilian embassy in Washington, as a member of Team Latin America (takes part in preparatory meetings with visiting Latin American governments) on January 12th, 2017

Facebook – Facebook: President of Brazil’s Workers’ Party

Twitter – Twitter: Dilma Rousseff

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