Brazilians stage anti-corruption protest


Brazilians have held anti-corruption protests for the second day in a row, waving brooms as they called for a clean-up of public life.

About a thousand people donned the Brazilian national colours and took to the streets of Rio de Janeiro.

It follows a wave of scandals in which four ministers have resigned in three months. All of them deny wrongdoing.

The BBC's Carolina Robino reports.

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