Brazil's attorney general to appeal ruling against Rousseff

By REUTERS
October 8, 2015 02:47

 
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Brazil's Attorney General Luis Adams said on Wednesday the government will appeal the Federal Accounts Court decision against President Dilma Rousseff with the Supreme Court.

"The game is not over," said Adams moments after the court, known as TCU, rejected Rousseff's handling of the government accounts last year in a decision that could pave the way for her impeachment.

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