I stayed in Brazil to prove the lies, said Lula da Silva
Sao Paulo, Nov 10 (RHC) The former president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, said he decided to stay in Brazil when his arrest was ordered to prove the lies and unmask the former judge and justice minister, Sergio Moro.
In an emotional speech in front of the headquarters of the Metallurgical Syndicate in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo, the founder of the Workers Party said that if he had left Brazil when he was sentenced in April 2018, after a conviction confirmed in the second instance, He would be treated as a fugitive, and to prove the lies and that Moro was a scoundrel, he chose to remain in the country instead of exile, he said.
A day after being released and among repeated thanks to those who worried about his stay in prison, Lula announced that in about 20 days he will make a profound pronouncement for the Brazilian people. (Source: PL)
Edited by Maria Candela