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" Her voice fades to silence Despite her predicament she is relaxed composed and genial She suppresses the faintest of smiles "I wanted to be identified" she adds "So in that sense the girl of today is the same Yesterday’s girl is the same as the old woman of today" And how has she changed in those 47 years "Oh but we mature" she says "When we are young we have a simplistic view" Read More: How Brazils Deepening Crisis Could Rescue Dilma Rousseff The certainties of those days must be appealing now Dilma as she is widely known was born in 1947 in the state of Minas Gerais to a Bulgarian immigrant a poet and businessman and his Brazilian wife a teacher When Brazils military came to power she joined the resistance One prosecutor termed her the "Joan of Arc of the guerrillas" Arrested in 1970 she refused to break under torture including electric shocks by military police Later in life she became a career bureaucrat in Rio Grande do Sul Brazils southernmost state until Lula appointed her Energy Minister in his first government She became his chief of staff before running for President in 2010 her first elected office The move to impeach her was first considered a long shot but gathered pace amid a growing and unfocused fury at the political class It was led by Eduardo Cunha the speaker of Brazils lower house who has himself since been removed and is facing charges of taking $40 million in bribes in the Car Wash scandal Cunha is of the same Brazilian Democratic Movement party as Michel Temer currently serving as interim President and who is in line to succeed Rousseff should she be removed permanently Suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff outside the Alvorada residential palace in Brasilia on July 22 2016 Luisa Drr—VII Mentor Program for TIME The President is accused of illegally using state bank funds to cover a budget shortfall but insists she has committed no crime and directly links her battle to stay in power to the struggles of her youth "I am not only fighting for the preservation of my mandate" she says "I am fighting because democracy in Brazil was very hard-won Not only through systematic fights but people were arrested tortured and many people were killed There was a whole process that resulted in democracy" "What is the resistance" she asks alluding to opposition to the military regime that finally ended in 1985 "You fight a parliamentary coup with the weapons of democracy" They are bold words from the leader of a political party submerged in scandal Even before Lula was arrested last week police in April charged João Santana the strategist who masterminded her two election victories with taking along with his wife $75 million in bribes from companies and businessmen involved in the kickback scheme The clear implication was that he was being remunerated for his political success through the back door Rousseff herself served as chair of the Petrobras board between 2003 and 2010 during the period when the mammoth $3 billion bribe scheme was operating If she did not know about it critics suggest she could not have been looking very hard Read More: Amid Crises Rio Readies for Its Olympics Closeup Rousseff is on firmer ground when she points out how the rowdy vote to impeach her in the lower house consisted almost entirely of Congressmen citing Operation Car Wash their families and God as the motivation for their votes not the actual charges against her which she denies "I’m sad because it gives an undesirable image of Brazil to the world" she says Unlike many of the Congressmen "I do not hold any offshore accounts have never appropriated public money and do not have irregular practices" Did the realities of Brasília ever lead her to make compromises she regrets She pauses before mentioning two examples of the opposite: First the fact that she did not restrain the Car Wash investigation even despite its damage to her own party a fact she says is crucial to her opponents desire to remove her Second her refusal to deal with Cunha last year even as he was keen to strike a quid-pro-quo so she could avoid impeachment and him an investigation by a congressional ethics committee "I systematically refused to make any agreement with Mr Cunha" she says "What you cannot do is sell your soul" she adds "I tried to make compromises and concessions with those who had a vision of a better Brazil” "It’s a razor’s edge you walk" The original version of this post misstated the number of years between today and Rousseff’s picture before the military tribunal Contact us at editors@timecomAlmost 30 percent of the earths population is obese or overweight a new study reports estimating that this affects about 21 billion people Obesity rates have increased in countries all over the world but it’s not an evenly distributed health problem the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation reported on Wednesday In the developed world adult men have higher rates of obesity (defined as having a Body Mass Index of 30 or more) than adult women In the developing world the opposite is true The prevalence of overweight and obese children and adolescents worldwide has increased by nearly 50 percent since 1980 the study says and no country on Earth has successfully reduced obesity rates in the last 33 years Childhood obesity rates are notably higher in the Middle East and North Africa particularly among girls Though the rate of increase in obesity has slowed in the developed world in the developing world home to two-thirds of the world’s obese people obesity rates are projected to continue their climb Contact us at editors@timecom 3) Enter your roll number. Curiously, a shared interest in eclipses and science (Totten is a former chemistry teacher) helped them stay in touch. On the St." she said.

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