BRASILIA, April 12, 2016 - President of the parliamentary committee Rogerio Rosso reacts during a session of the parliamentary committee at the Chamber of the Deputies in Brasilia, Brazil, on April 11, 2016. A Brazilian congressional commission recommended impeachment against President Dilma Rousseff in a vote on Monday. The commission voted 38 to 27 to support the impeachment, setting the tone for the full lower house to vote on Sunday whether Rousseff should face trial.
Lawmakers react after the approval of impeachment of the Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff during a session of the parliamentary committee at the Chamber of the Deputies
The audio, about 15 minutes, apparently was sent by mistake to the PMDB legislators and reported by several Brazilian newspapers through their websites.An audio recording with the assay speech of Brazilian Vice President Michel Temer, facing with the impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, was released on Monday by leaders of his party, the Brazilian Democratic Movement party (PMDB, for its acronym in Spanish). Brazilian Vice President Michel Temer (L, front) walks in the building attached to the Plenalto Palace