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Brazil's Rousseff Picks Allies for Second-term Cabinet

By Clip Syndicate
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff appointed 13 new ministers on Tuesday, choosing allied politicians in a cabinet reshuffle while trying to avoid any names that could be linked to a widening corruption scandal at state-run oil company Petrobras. A statement from the president's office said Rousseff will replace Energy Minister Edison Lobao, whose name has appeared in reports of the bribery investigation, with Eduardo Braga, a senator of his same PMDB party, the country's largest.

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