NEW SCANDAL SHOWS ‘POLITICAL SYSTEM BROKEN,’ MAY HURT ECONOMY, SAY ANALYSTS

By Andre Soliani, Bloomberg Briefs Editor

The influence-trafficking scandal that led to the resignation of minister Geddel Vieira Lima, the government's main liaison with Congress, doesn't have the potential to derail President Michel Temer's plan to shore up Brazil economy, according to political risk analysts. But it's a reminder that Temer's government remains vulnerable to a political crisis that could delay reforms. Comments have been edited and condensed for clarity.

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