By Nehomar Hernández*
An unsuspecting reader might think that mentioning Alexandre de Moraes simply refers to one of the members of Brazil's Supreme Federal Tribunal (STF) - the highest court of the South American nation; however, the matter is far from being so simple.
Beyond Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva or the Workers' Party (PT, left) itself, de Moraes is the one who has become the face that articulates, sometimes behind the curtain and sometimes in broad daylight, the fiercest opposition to President Jair Bolsonaro and his political movement in Brazil.
The STF magistrate began his judicial career . . .