1. Dilma Rousseff was named as one of the most powerful women in Forbes September 2012 issue.
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5. Dilma Rousseff received other international recognitions which include the Order of Stara Planina in Bulgaria, 2011 and Knight of the Collar of the Order of Isabella the Catholic in Spain around 2014.
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6. Dilma Rousseff completed her education and earned a degree in Economics from the Rio Grande do Sul Federal University has returned from prison.
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11. Dilma Rousseff responded aggressively to Silva's challenge with one of the most negative campaigns in the country's recent electoral history.
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13. Dilma Rousseff moved to Sao Paulo, and it was there in 1970 that she was arrested by government forces.
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14. Dilma Rousseff denied any wrongdoing, the BBC reported in 2014, when she was facing re-election.
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20. In January 1999, Dilma Rousseff traveled to Brasilia in order to alert the Fernando Henrique Cardoso administration that if the authorities responsible for the power sector did not invest in generation and transmission of energy, the power cuts that Rio Grande do Sul faced early in her administration would take place in the rest of the country.
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21. Dilma Rousseff was the party's candidate for Porto Alegre mayor twice, losing to Workers' Party members Olivio Dutra in 1988, and Tarso Genro in 1992.
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22. On 9 September 2010, Paula Dilma Rousseff gave birth to Rousseff's first grandchild, a boy named Gabriel Rousseff Covolo, in the city of Porto Alegre, during the 2010 presidential campaign of her mother.
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34. Dilma Rousseff was featured on the cover of Newsweek magazine on 26 September 2011.
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35. In August 2011, Dilma Rousseff was included in the Forbes' list of the most powerful women in the world, at the 3rd position, behind Merkel and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
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42. Dilma Rousseff remained as Treasury Secretary until 1988, when she stepped out to dedicate herself in Araujo's campaign for mayor of Porto Alegre.
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44. In the early 1970s, Dilma Rousseff separated from Galeno and started a relationship with Carlos Franklin Paixao de Araujo.
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45. In 1978, Dilma Rousseff attended the Campinas State University, with the intention of receiving a master's degree in Economics.
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