Dilma should say she only resigns if Congress approves reforms, FHC suggests

Dilma should say she only resigns if Congress approves reforms, FHC suggests

Parliamentary rejects a request for removal from the country's president

FHC defends resignation as "gesture of greatness" for DilmaPaulo Liebert / 19.11.2014 / Estadão ContentsIn an interview on Friday morning (30), former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso said that President Dilma Rousseff would have the best alternative to the political crisis to propose a pact whereby she would accept to resign her term through the adoption of reforms that are unlikely to be sustained. Congress and the parties would agree to do it themselves, such as improving party-electoral and social security systems."Either she takes over and calls the country in line, presents a credible path for the country and regains her strength to rule, or she at least leaves a strong mark: 'I will leave if you approve of such and such a thing.'He stated in a radio interview in the south of the country."Because the president is in such a delicate, difficult, low popularity situation, yet so hard to pass anything in Congress, what would it be with greatness?"Look here, do you wa...


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