‘Back in the game’: Brazilian justice throws out Lula’s sentences, enabling 2022 run

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  • FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “‘Back in the game’: Brazilian justice throws out Lula’s sentences, enabling 2022 run” – below is their description.

    A Brazilian Supreme Court judge on Monday overturned the graft convictions against former president Luiz Inacio #Lula da Silva, clearing the way for the left-wing leader to run in the 2022 presidential election. FRANCE 24’s Tim Vickery tells us more. #Brazil

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