Brazil’s political environment is febrile and bitterly polarised in the after- math of the impeachment of the suspended president Dilma Rousseff this week. The new government led by Michel Temer, which has legality but lacks legitimacy in the eyes of millions of Brazilian voters, will have to prove itself fast.

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