RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "Don't mistake apples for oranges." This is the appropriate popular saying to analyze Mr. Sérgio Fernando Moro's role in the judiciary, in politics, and in the current context as a former member of the Brazilian Government, of which, it is worth noting, he was a loyal and determined servant in the pre-election period.
It is one thing to fight corruption. A necessary, fair, and tireless fight. Another is the conducting of investigations in order to achieve certain specific goals of a personal, political, and even partisan nature. With the aggravating factor of . . .