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Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff gestures during a meeting with rectors of public universities and technical education at Planalto Palace in Brasilia, on March 11, 2016. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff dug in Friday amid a swirling political crisis, insisting she would not resign and adamantly backing her embattled predecessor, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. With money-laundering charges against Lula adding to the pressure on her administration, Rousseff rejected calls to stand down, vehemently defended her mentor and said she would even be proud to have him in her cabinet -- a move that could used to protect the ex-president. Rousseff is facing an impeachment drive, a bruising recession, a massive scandal at state oil company Petrobras and a probe into alleged violations of electoral law in her reelection campaign last year.   AFP PHOTO / EVARISTO SA / AFP / EVARISTO SA        (Photo credit should read EVARISTO SA/AFP/Getty Images)
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff gestures during a meeting with rectors of public universities and technical education at Planalto Palace in Brasilia, on March 11, 2016. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff dug in Friday amid a swirling political crisis, insisting she would not resign and adamantly backing her embattled predecessor, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. With money-laundering charges against Lula adding to the pressure on her administration, Rousseff rejected calls to stand down, vehemently defended her mentor and said she would even be proud to have him in her cabinet -- a move that could used to protect the ex-president. Rousseff is facing an impeachment drive, a bruising recession, a massive scandal at state oil company Petrobras and a probe into alleged violations of electoral law in her reelection campaign last year.   AFP PHOTO / EVARISTO SA / AFP / EVARISTO SA        (Photo credit should read EVARISTO SA/AFP/Getty Images)

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El profesor Gustavo Segré prevé que las marchas en Brasil serán una gran presión para acelerar el juicio político contra Lula y pondera las desventajas para Rousseff si el expresidente se convierte en ministro.

¿Es inminente el juicio político contra Dilma Rousseff?

El profesor Gustavo Segré prevé que las marchas en Brasil serán una gran presión para acelerar el juicio político contra Lula y pondera las desventajas para Rousseff si el expresidente se convierte en ministro.