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The new impeachment petition will join a FUT Coins dozen others waitingfor consideration by the speaker of the house Eduardo Cunha, afierce critic of Rousseff who himself is facing corruptioncharges related to the Petrobras case for allegedly receivingmillions in bribes.Cunha can accept a second bid to impeach the president ifthe current case is defeated.

Rousseff is struggling to save her presidency in the midstof the worst economic recession in a generation and the wideninggraft investigation that started at state-run oil companyPetroleo Brasileiro.The lower house of Congress is expected to vote in mid-Aprilon the first impeachment request.

If Rousseff fails to block itwith the votes of one third of the 513-member chamber, she couldbe suspended while the Senate holds an impeachment trial todecide whether to remove her from office.The odds that the country's first woman president will beimpeached could rise sharply on Tuesday when her largestcoalition partner, the PMDB party, is expected to break with hergovernment.(Reporting by Anthony Boadle; Editing by Andrew Hay) Four clubs fined for breaking third-party rules | Daily Mail Online.

Four clubs fined for breaking third-party rules ByReuters Published: 10:07 EST, 29 March 2016 | Updated: 10:07 EST, 29 March 2016 e-mail ZURICH, March 29 (Reuters) - Four clubs, including former South American champions Santos and Europa League holders Sevilla, have been fined for breaking FIFA's rules on third party influence, soccer's governing body said Tuesday.Santos, best known as the Brazilian club where Pele spent nearly all of his career, were fined 75,000 Swiss francs ($77,000) while Sevilla were fined 55,000, by FIFA's disciplinary committee.

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