By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – After the recesso branco, where parliament continued functioning but no votes were held, lawmakers now have a long list of crucial votes ahead of them on bills prioritized in the wave of mass protests that swept Brazil in June and continues to smoulder. President Dilma Rousseff has declared a “new chapter” for her government, and now it is time to deliver.
In the height of demonstrations, Rousseff promised regular meetings with party . . .