Brazil elections: ex-President Lula da Silva says he wants to be a candidate again

The 76-year-old ex-president recovered his political rights after the Federal Supreme Court of Brazil overturned the two convictions that had prevented his candidacy.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on Saturday, November 20, in Madrid assured that he wants to again run for president of the country, but said he will decide between February and March 2022 "because there is a lot to decide."

Lula, 76, recovered his political rights this year after the Federal Supreme Court overturned the two convictions against him for corruption, which led him to serve 580 days in prison. He made the announcement at an event of the Spanish leftist party Podemos in Madrid - following a tour of Germany, Belgium and . . .

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