Brazil’s senate vote to begin an impeachment trial against suspended President Dilma Rousseff is a turning point in the country’s democracy. On this edition of Global Journalist, a panel of Brazil experts debate and discuss whether Rousseff’s impeachment is a step out of political crisis, or a step towards a constitutional abyss. Joining us to discuss: Andrew Fishman, reporter for The Intercept in Rio de Janeiro. Anthony Pereira, director of the Brazil Institute at King’s College London. James Naylor Green, professor of Brazilian history and culture at Brown University. William Michael Carless, senior correspondent for GlobalPost in Rio de Janeiro.