After STF confirms bias of Moro, Brazil’s Lower House president says Lava Jato “does not deserve the forgiveness of history”

Athur Lira, leader of the Centrão voting bloc and ally of President Jair Bolsonaro, spoke out on a social network after the decision of the STF,

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The decision by the Second Panel of the STF (Federal Supreme Court) that former judge Sergio Moro was biased in convicting former President Lula is a historical review of the Lava Jato, but the partiality of the operation "can never deserve the forgiveness of history," said the speaker of the Lower House, federal deputy Arthur Lira (PP-AL).

Lira, leader of the Centrão bloc and an ally of President Jair Bolsonaro, spoke out on a social network after the STF's decision, motivated by the vote of Minister Cármen Lucia. With the change in . . .

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