One of the pillars of Brazilian good economic phase is a political stability built over more then 30 years. A turnaround case from the dark 70ths when democracy was “constrained” by the military regime. Now, signs of concern arise as recurring news about corruption raises the yellow flag.
The issue got the attention of CNN. A special report asks if Brazil will become a Venezuela! Here are the arguments:
“While Brazil ascends economically, Mexico appears mired with slow economic growth, high unemployment and escalating drug violence. Yet, in terms of politics, it is in Mexico that democracy is likely to consolidate, while Brazil is at somewhat greater risk from increased corruption and authoritarianism.”