Brazil’s beleaguered president, Dilma Rousseff, has said she was an “innocent victim” and would fight on as possible impeachment looms.
She vowed to “keep fighting… To come back to government if the impeachment request is accepted”.
Ms Rousseff is accused of manipulating government accounts, which she denies.
The senate will decide whether to start an impeachment trial next week. If that happens, she will be suspended from office for 180 days.
Ms Rousseff is accused of manipulating budget figures in 2014 to make her government’s economic performance appear better than it was – ahead of her re-electionPlease subscribe to our newsletter