Brazil, 1992. Fernando Collor de Mello, a 40-year-old photogenic president. He had only been in office for two years when his brother accused him of running a criminal enterprise from the presidency. Congress hesitated to start an impeachment process. 750,000 people marched in Sao Paulo on September 22, 1992, demanding the impeachment of the president. Collor de Mello resigned on December 29, 1992.