Brazil president says ‘truth won’ after escapes corruption trial

BRASÍLIA: Brazilian President Michel Temer on Thursday said “truth won” in a congressional vote saving him from going on trial on debasement accusations. “Brazil is constantly stronger than any test and it is significantly more stronger now that its organizations have been put under serious scrutiny in such emotional mold these last months,” Temer said in a video message.

Surveys demonstrate Temer is Brazil’s most disliked leader on record and among the most disagreeable on the planet. However, partners in the lower place of Congress figured out how to obstruct a push Wednesday to drive Temer to stand trial in the Supreme Court on two corruption accusations.

The primary sitting president in the country to confront criminal allegations, Temer is blamed for racketeering and check of equity.