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Michel Temer

Michel Miguel Elias Temer Lulia (; born 23 September 1940) is a Brazilian lawyer and politician who has been Vice President of Brazil since January 2011. He took office after standing as the running mate of Workers' Party candidate Dilma Rousseff in the 2010 election.On 12 May 2016, Temer assumed the presidential powers and duties as Acting President following the suspension of President Rousseff during her impeachment trial. Temer seems to be embracing a more conservative disposition for his government... read more

Marcela Temer

Marcela Tedeschi Araújo Temer (born May 16, 1983) is the wife of the current interim President of Brazil, Michel Temer.== Early life ==Marcela Tedeschi Araújo was born on May 16, 1983 in Paulínia, São Paulo, to Carlos Antônio de Araújo and Norma Tedeschi. After graduating from the Escola Estadual Porphyrio da Paz, in her native Paulínia, Marcela worked as a receptionist for the newspaper ''O Momento''. In 2002, at the age of nineteen, she won the title of Miss Paulínia, then moving on to... read more

Amar y temer

''Amar y temer'' is a 2011 Colombian telenovela produced and broadcast by Caracol TV and Sony Pictures Entertainment.==External links==Category:2011 Colombian television series debutsCategory:2011 Colombian television series endingsCategory:Caracol Televisión telenovelas read more

Impeachment proposal against Michel Temer

Michel Temer speaking at the Bandeirantes Palace on Dec. 9, 2013.The impeachment proposal against Michel Temer, the acting president of Brazil, consists of an open procedural matter with a goal to preventing the continuation of the mandate of Michel Temer as vice president and acting president of the Republic of Brazil. The process began with the performance of judicial decision on April 6, 2016, the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Eduardo Cunha, to form commission for termination analysis... read more


Btaaboura () is an Eastern Orthodox Christian village in Koura District of Lebanon. A church is being constructed as of June 2011, it is dedicated to St. Elias.After the 2010 municipality elections, Mr. Bassam Fouad Barbar was elected one more time as president of Btaaboura's municipality council, followed by 8 more members:In 1997 and on 21 November 2011, Michel Temer, Vice President of Brazil, visited Btaaboura, which is birthplace of his father, Nakhoul (Miguel) Temer, and mother, Marcha Barbar.... read more

Ministry of Culture (Brazil)

The Ministry of Culture of Brazil (Portuguese: Ministério da Cultura, MinC) is a cabinet-level federal ministry created in 1985.==Dissolution and reinstatement==The Ministry of Culture was dissolved on May 12, 2016 by the acting president of Brazil, Michel Temer. Its functions were merged into a new Ministry of Education and Culture. The dissolution of the ministry immediately sparked protests in numerous Brazilian cities, and included the occupation of the Gustavo Capanema Palace in Rio de Janeiro,... read more

2016 in Brazil

2016 in Brazil sees Rio de Janeiro host the 2016 Summer Olympics and the 2016 Summer Paralympics in August. This comes 2 years after Rio de Janeiro hosted the 2014 FIFA World Cup. 2016 will be Brazil's 115th season of competitive football and in international competition, it will see Brazil play qualification matches for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The incumbent President of Brazil is Dilma Rousseff , who is the 36th president of Brazil and in her 6th year in office. Michel Temer is the vice president... read more

Ministry of Transparency, Supervision and Control

The Ministry of Transparency, Supervision and Control (Portuguese: ''Ministério da Transparência, Fiscalização e Controle'') is a cabinet-level federal ministry created on May 12, 2016. The acting president of Brazil, Michel Temer, created the ministry under Provisional Measure 726/2016. The responsibilities of the former Comptroller General of Brazil were transferred to the ministry. Fabiano Silveira, its first minister, resigned on May 30, 2016. From May 30 to June 1, Carlos Higino was the... read more

Romero Jucá

Romero Jucá (born November 30, 1954) is a Brazilian politician and economist. He has represented Roraima in the Federal Senate since 1995. Previously, he was governor of Roraima from 1988 to 1990.Romero Jucá: Índio não vota. . Luigi Eusebi, 1991, Edições Loyola, páginas 44-46. He is a member of the PMDB. On 5 April, 2016, he became the president of the PMDB, succeeding Michel Temer.==Secret recording==On May 23, 2016, a secret recording emerged of minister Jucá, who is under investigation... read more

Fábio Medina Osório

Fábio Medina Osório (Porto Alegre, July 31, 1967) is a lawyer, professor, and current Attorney General of Brazil. He is the former State Prosecutor of Rio Grande do Sul, and was appointed Attorney General of Brazil by Acting President Michel Temer.==Biography==Medina Osório graduated from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul in 1990, a master's degree in in law from the same institution in 1997, and a PhD from Complutense University of Madrid in 2003. He is a specialist in the study of... read more

Jahaic languages

The Jahaic languages (also called Semang and North Aslian) are a group of Aslian languages spoken by about 5,000 people in inland areas of Peninsular Malaysia, with a few pockets in southern Thailand. The most distinctive language in the group is Chewong, which is spoken south of Semai. The other languages apart from Tonga can be split into two divisions:The name Maniq (Məniʔ, Maniʔ) can refer to either Kensiu or Tonga, both of which also go by the name of Mos.Some Aslian languages are already... read more

Minister of Culture (Brazil)

The Ministry of Culture of Brazil was a ministry of the Brazilian government, created on March 15, 1985 by the president José Sarney and extinct on May 12, 2016 by Michel Temer. Before 1985, the duties of the ministry were of authority of the Ministry of Education, which from 1953 to 1985 was called the Ministry of Education and Culture (MEC). Ministry of Culture was responsible for the letters, arts, folklore and other forms of expression of national culture and for the historical, archaeological,... read more

TV Câmara

TV Câmara () is a Brazilian public television network responsible for broadcasting activities from the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies. Created in 1998, it broadcasts 24 hours a day from the Chamber.==Censorship==On March 2009, Chamber President Michel Temer, at the request of Renato Parente, head of the Supreme Federal Court's press service, ordered the removal from TV Câmara's website of a debate in which ''CartaCapital'' journalist Leandro Fortes criticized Gilmar Mendes' tenure as Court President.Fortes,... read more

Cabinet of Brazil

The Cabinet of Brazil () is composed of the Ministers of State and senior advisors of the executive branch of the federal government of Brazil. Cabinet officers are appointed and dismissed by the President. There are currently twenty-one Ministries and four others Offices with the status of Ministry (those four Offices being the Chief of Staff, Secretary of Government, Institutional Security Cabinet, and Central Bank).==Responsibilities==Ministers assist the President in the exercise of the executive... read more

Aldo Rebelo

José Aldo Rebelo Figueiredo (born in Viçosa on 23 February 1956) is a Brazilian politician, member of the Communist Party of Brazil and a federal deputy elected by the state of São Paulo. He was President of the Chamber of Deputies of Brazil from 2005 to 2007.With President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in Venezuela and Vice President José Alencar undergoing medical tests in the United States, Rebelo became the first communist to assume the duties of acting president of Brazil on November 12, 2006.... read more


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