Brazilian President Michel Temer faces new corruption charges
Brazil’s federal police on Monday recommended that prosecutors put President Michel Temer on trial for charges of corruption, money laundering and criminal association, reports the Associated Press.
What's next: The attorney general reportedly has 15 days to decide whether to carryout a case against Temer. Congress would also be mandated to vote to allow a trial and suspend Temer, whose term ends in December. Last year, Temer survived a key vote in Congress that prevented him from going to trial for corruption charges.