RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Workers' Party (PT) filed three complaints Tuesday (1) with the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) for early negative publicity by political groups and voters through the installation of posters criticizing former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
The self-proclaimed Conservative Movement of Rondonópolis facilitated the installation (MT), the Friends of Sergipe Street group in Divinópolis (MG), and the United for the Fatherland group from Imperatriz (MA).
The strategy of these groups was to put Lula da Silva's image on billboards with messages that called him a "traitor to the fatherland," a . . .