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Rousseff appeared in a Sao Paolo workers' rally announcing her intention of expanding two key social welfare programs.
A final impeachment vote would require a two-third majority to oust her. Rousseff has denounced the events as a "coup".
Brazilians are increasingly disillusioned by the political culture plaguing their country.
Business lobbies have thrown their weight behind the ouster of Rousseff, as they look to Temer to restore business confidence and growth.
The first batch includes four renewable energy projects, one each in Brazil, India, China and South Africa.
Reversing some of Rousseff's leftist policies will boost the economy, her opponents say. Not so fast, warn economists.
If she wins, Rousseff would propose a new pact among all the political forces to establish a unity government.
Petrobras has been Brazil's biggest employer.
Rousseff says efforts to impeach her amount to a coup d'etat to overthrow a democratically elected government.
Rousseff said last week that the opposition move to impeach her is a "coup d'etat" against democratic rule.