Electing Lula da Silva is “reintroducing criminals to crime” in Brazil, says Bolsonaro

'Prison-Lula', Brazil's main opposition leader and one of the shadiest figures in recent Brazilian history, was convicted in two corruption trials and spent 580 days in prison, preventing him from running in the 2018 presidential election.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro affirmed that a possible victory of former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in next October's presidential elections in Brazil would mean "returning criminals to the scene of crime."

Even today, many critical observers cannot believe how the former left-wing president Lula da Silva, who was hounded out of office in disgrace and sent to prison for his thieving and corrupt government, is now back as a shining hero in the arena of the 2022 presidential election in Latin America's most important country.

The left has virtually the . . .

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