BRASILIA( Reuters) – Brazil‘s Senate voted on Thursday to place leftist President Dilma Rousseff on trial in a historic decision brought on by a deep slump and a decay gossip that will now encounters her successor, Vice President Michel Temer.

With Rousseff to be suspended during the Senate trial for allegedly cracking plan patterns, the centrist Temer will take the helm of a country that again acquires itself involved in political and economic volatility after a recent decade of prosperity.

The 55 -2 2 vote expirations more than 13 years of pattern by the left-wing Workers Party, which rose fromBrazil‘s labor movement and helped draw millions of lives out of poverty before seeing many of its leaders defiled by decay investigations.

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Fireworks rang out in metropolis across Brazil after the vote at the end of a 20 -hour session in the Senate. Police briefly clashed with pro-Rousseff demonstrators in Brasilia during the vote, but the two countries was calm early Thursday, with scattered celebrants in Sao Paulo and other municipalities draping themselves in Brazil‘s light-green, yellow and blue-blooded flag.

Rousseff, a 68 -year-old economist and former member of a Marxist guerrilla group who was the country’s first wife president, is unlikely to be acquitted in a test that could last-place as long as six months.

The scale of her defeat on Thursday demonstrated the opposition already has the support it needs to reach a two-thirds majority required to convict Rousseff and remove her definitively from office.

“It is a bitter though necessary medicine, ” opposition Senator Jose Serra, tipped to become foreign minister under Temer, said during the marathon conversation. “Having the Rousseff government continue would be a bigger tragedy. Brazil‘s statu would be unbearable.”

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The Senate voted 55 -2 2 to suspendBrazilian President Dilma Rousseff and launch an impeachment ordeal.

Early Thursday, a Temer aide said here incoming government would announce a series of austerity measures to help reduce a massive budget deficit.

Temer plans to appoint Henrique Mereilles, a former central bank chairwoman and bank administration who is favourite with foreign investors, as ministers of finance after taking office during the day, added the adviser.

Senate Speaker Renan Calheiros suggested Rousseff would be formally notified of her dangling on Thursday morning, after which she would leave Brasilia’s Planalto presidential palace. As suspended head of state, she can continue to live in her official residence, have a staff and use an Air Force plane.

Rousseff, “whos had” disclaimed any misbehavior and has called the impeachment process a “coup, ” was expected to make a brief statement, aide-de-camps spoke. She would afterward address a rallying of supporters accompanied by her mentor, Workers Party founder and former chairwoman Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.

Rousseff dismissed her locker, including the plays pastor, “whos in” final planning for the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in August, Brazil‘s Official Gazette indicated. The central bank minister, who has ministerial rank, was not included in the decree.

Temer, 75, a constitutional scholar who invested decades in Brazil‘s Congress , now faces the challenge of restoring financial proliferation and pacify at a time when Brazilians, increasingly polarized, are questioning whether their institutions can deliver on his promise of stability.

‘CRISIS TO CRISI’S

In addition to the gaping deficiency, equal to more than 10 percent of its annual economic output, Brazil is suffering from rising unemployment, plummeting investment and a projected financial reduction of more than 3 percent this year.

“Only major reforms can keep Brazil from moving from crisis to crisis, ” responds Eduardo Giannetti da Fonseca, an economist and scribe in Sao Paulo who has written extensively about the country’s socioeconomic problems.

But those changes, including an renovation of pension, imposition and strive laws and a policy reforms to streamline scrapped defendants in a mercenary Congress, could stand elusive at a time of turmoil.

While opposition followers celebrated in the central Paulista Avenue of Brazil‘s largest city, Sao Paulo, many Brazilians are concerned that the end of Workers Party regulate could bring back bad times for the poor, who have stirred great strides in the last decade.

And many Brazilians are unsure whether a new government will constitute much gap in the short term.

Maria Carmo, a 48 -year-old hair stylist at a shop in center Brasilia, uttered serious doubts.

“I don’t see anyone who has the capacity the lead us out of this complicated mess we’re in – all the politicians are under investigation, ” replied Carmo. “This crisis impacts everyone – poverty-stricken, middle class, and I would even insist the rich given all the turbulence.”

WILD CARDS

Rousseff’s government made a last-ditch effort to annulled her impeachment but it was rejected by the Supreme court on Wednesday.

By dismissing her locker, Rousseff sought to frustrate a smooth transition for Temer. She deems him as a traitor because of his efforts, as commander of the party that was her main ally in Congress, to decipher that organization and power party colleagues to resign from government posts.

Temer plans to swear in new executives on Thursday afternoon and is predicting pro-market policies to make fiscal deficits under control, draw rein inflation and get the economy proliferating again.

Brazilian markets have for weeks rallied as investors welcomed the likely dismissal of a president they speculate maimed their own economies, but were largely unchanged on Wednesday.

Wild placards continue for Temer himself, including still-pending investigations by an electoral tribunal into the funds for his and Rousseff’s 2014 re-election campaign.

Then there is the far-reaching bribe probe around state-run oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA, which has ensnared dozens of corporate and political leaders and fueled the displeasure that led to Rousseff’s impeachment.

Rousseff, power priest and chief of staff to her predecessor before taking office in 2011, was chairwoman of Petrobras at the time when much of the graft occurred.

She has not been accused of corruption, but the gossip at Petrobras fostered resist lawmakers to depose her for disguising the size of the government’s budget deficit in the lead-up to her re-election.

Temer has not been accused of wrongdoing in the scandal either, but some of his allies and defendant my fellow members have. Lawyers say they are far from finished with the probe.

Though many lawmakers have expressed their desire to join forces and get on with a recovery upon Rousseff’s exit, dozens of parties are jockeying for dominance in the Temer government and angling to statu themselves for new elections in 2018.

Temer has indicated he will not run for president in 2018. A recent canvas from polling radical Datafolha pictured exactly 1 percent of those surveyed would vote for him, and other ballots show around 60 percent of Brazilians miss him impeached too.

“Temer may have a honeymoon, but let’s not forget this was a shotgun wedding, ” read Mauricio Santoro, a political scientist at the State University of Rio de Janeiro. “Reforms aren’t easy at the best of epoches and these are for sure not the easiest.”

With the political crisis coming just as Brazil prepares for the August Olympics, Thomas Bach, chairman of the International Olympic Committee, said in a statement on Thursday 😛 TAGEND

“There is strong support for the Olympic Games in Brazil and we look forward to working with the new government.”

( Additional reporting by Paulo Prada, Brad Brooks, Alonso Soto, Lisandra Paraguassy, Leonard Goy and Silvio Cascione; Writing by Paulo Prada and Daniel Flynn; Editing by Kieran Murray and Frances Kerry)