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Venezuela's Maduro Recalls Brazil Ambassador Over Coup | "We were evaluating this painful page in the history of Brazil," Maduro said in a radio and television broadcast on Friday in the wake of a 55 to 22 vote to temporarily remove the president from office for 180 days for allegedly violating budgetary laws.

Maduro echoed Secretary-General of the South American bloc UNASUR, Ernesto Samper, and other leftist government in the region in rejecting the assault on Rousseff, the legitimate president of Brazil. Maduro argued that Rousseff, the first woman president of Brazil, has been the victim of a coup.

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