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May 16, 2016 10:13 am

Election of Brazil’s New President Likely to Improve Country’s Relations With Israel, Jewish Leaders Say

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Michel Temer, pictured, was named Brasil's new president. Photo: Twitter.

Michel Temer, pictured, was named Brasil’s new president. Photo: Twitter.

The elevation of a centrist vice president, Michel Temer, as Brazil’s president amid the impeachment process of Dilma Rousseff is expected to result in a less strained relationship between Brazil and Israel, as well as its Jewish community, Jewish leaders said.

Temer, 75, the son of Lebanese immigrants, took the helm of Latin America’s largest nation on Thursday. He has been vice president since 2011.

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  • Eduardo Cantarelli

    What “election”???? This moron went to power due to a coup orchestrated and financed by the US/Israel mafia. If this con artist went to the election process he wouldn’t get even his granddaughter-wife’s vote. Get real and by the way, we the Brazilians hate Israel!

  • Am Yisroel Chai, let the Jewish people of Brazil bring the Torah to the Brazilians with Jewish ancestry numbering 30 millions

    Am Yisroel Chai, let the Jewish people of Brazil bring the Torah to the Brazilians with Jewish ancestry numbering 30 millions

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