Brazil: chief justice grants Lula temporary leave after brother's death

World The Guardian

Former president chose to stay at the prison as decision came too late for him to attend the funeral Brazil’s supreme court chief justice on Wednesday granted imprisoned former president Luiz In ácio Lula da Silva a temporary leave to visit the body of his recently deceased brother. But the decision came too late for Lula to attend the funeral as his brother was already about to be buried. Continue reading... …

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