Court Allows Lula to Testify at National Human Rights Council Inquiry

Lula will speak to the National Council of Human Rights, which has started an inquiry to analyze his case, on alleged violations of his right of defense; Vaza Jato's messages corroborate the former president's lawyers' thesis.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Judge Carolina Lebbos, Sérgio Moro's successor in the 12th Federal District Court of Curitiba, on Tuesday, September 10th, approved that former President Lula be heard by the National Council of Human Rights (CNDH) in an inquiry opened in July to analyze the possibility of violation of his right to a full defense.

On July 11th, the CNDH started an inquiry to investigate whether the former . . .

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