Brazil: "The country is being taken by a coup" declares Rousseff

Brazil's suspended president Dilma Rousseff delivered her first public speech since the beginning of her impeachment on May 12, in Curitba, Monday.
Rousseff claimed that "the country is being taken by a coup". "We have an obligation to try to stop it", she said, "because if they have the chance, the damages will be very big."
The leader of the Worker's party also said that even the alleged coup perpetrators recognize that "there is no crime but a political judgment" in her conduct.
Hundreds of people who attended the event shouted repeatedly "[acting president Michel] Temer out" and "Dilma come back".
The senate will vote on Tuesday whether to accept the charges against Rousseff and begin her trial that should reach a verdict at the end of the month.