Brazilian president, Dilma Rousseff, here at 23 years of age, being interrogated by the military. She was arrested in 1970 as a member of COLINA, a far left organization that fought against the military junta. Dilma was tortured for 22 days and spent 3 years in prison. Today she is Brazil's first woman president.
Dilma Rousseff. It's not easy being the first woman to govern your country. Beyond the honor it signifies, there are still prejudices and stereotypes to confront. Nor is it easy to govern an emerging nation: when societies begin to see the light of development at the end of the tunnel, there is a surge of optimism and enthusiasm, but the challenges become more complex and the citizenry more demanding. It's harder still to govern a country as large and globally relevant as Brazil.
Presidente da Riachuelo – uma das maiores redes do varejo brasileiro – Flávio Rocha defende que o empresariado do país precisa "sair da toca" sobre suas posições políticas para garantir uma guinada liberal no Brasil – caminho que, na sua avaliação, poderia tirar o país da crise. Rocha foi um dos primeiros empresários brasileiros a se posicionar abertamente a favor da saída de Dilma Rousseff da Presidência e diz acreditar que