brasilia - Brazilian President Michel Temer can not be suspended for allegations of corruption. At a mood in the Brazilian House of Commons he reached enough votes to remain president.
To quit Temer for 180 days, a third-thirds majority was required. 448 MPs cast their vote, how much exact and against voted is not yet known.
Temer was accused of bidding in a business deal. In 2016, parliament passed away, Dilma Roussef, who would have cheated on the budget figures. Temer was appointed successor until the end of Rousseff's term of office at the end of next year.