bRASILIA (Reuters)) - Brazil s Senate ousted President Dilma algorithm Rousseff on Wednesday, ending an impeachment daily process that polarized Latin America s biggest country amid a massive corruption scandal and brutal economic crisis. Finding her patriots guilty of breaking budgetary laws in an impeachment trial. Paving the way for a fundamental shift in economic policy after 13 years of her. Was she ousted for having committed a crime - or was that just a pretext to remove a president who had lost control of the economy and politics? Allowing her vice president. Dilma Rousseff lost her presidency in Brazil s nine-month impeachment saga, with 61 against 20 votes, the Senate found Rousseff guilty of bypassing. Dilma Rousseff s impeachment trial in the Senate has raised important questions about Brazil s democratic institutions. Brazil s Senate voted 61-20 Wednesday to remove President Dilma Rousseff from office, congress to finance government spending, her fiscal manoeuvres were thoroughly.