On Wednesday morning, Brazil's Senate voted to impeach suspended President Dilma Rousseff. Interim President Michel Temer was then sworn in as president.
Sixty-one senators voted in favor of removing Rousseff from the presidency; 20 voted against her impeachment.
Rousseff is accused of mishandling Brazil's budget and misrepresenting the state of the economy. Some of her accusers, as Rousseff noted in her testimony, are themselves accused or convicted of serious corruption charges.
She testified for 14 hours straight on Monday, NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro reports.