“Brazil does not deserve a genocidal ruler”, Lula da Silva says of Bolsonaro

Once again, the Brazilian president is publicly accused of genocide with impunity, and one may wonder if this is legal under Brazilian law. We have found some answers.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The former president of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, leader of the left-wing Workers' Party (PT), criticized President Jair Bolsonaro and assured that he would try to prevent the country from being governed by a person guilty of "genocide".

Brazil "does not deserve a genocidal government, as it is today. The humiliation that Brazil is suffering before the world is unbearable," Lula said in an inflammatory speech at the launch of a book about his trial in São Paulo.

Lula, the main antagonist of the conservative leader and ahead in the polls . . .

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