Lula


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Lu·la

 (lo͞o′lə) Full name Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Born 1945.
Brazilian politician and union leader who served as president from 2003 to 2010.
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Lula, Brazil's first working-class leader, so far remains free pending future appeals.
La condena a nueve anos y medio de carcel que el miercoles 12 dicto el juez Sergio Moro contra el expresidente Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva provoco "un terremoto politico" en Brasil, senalo el periodista Glenn Greenwald al programa estadunidense Democracy Now.
Lula, qui avait deja nie en bloc toutes les accusations portees contre lui en se disant [beaucoup moins que]victime d'un massacre mediatique[beaucoup plus grand que], a ete reconnu coupable [beaucoup moins que]d'avoir beneficie de largesses a hauteur de 3,7 millions de reais (10,6 millions d'euros)[beaucoup plus grand que] de la part d'OAS, une grande entreprise de BTP.
No, Lula brushed the whole thing off, saying that was all a part of his deceased wife Marisa's business .
Si Lula est coule, c'est le Parti des travailleurs (PT, a gauche), dont fait partie Dilma Rousseff aussi, qui va prendre l'eau de toutes parts.
SAO PAULO: Brazilian prosecutors Wednesday denounced former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva as the "general" in command of a vast corruption scheme at state oil company Petrobras aimed at keeping his leftist Workers Party in power.
Now Lula has been tracked down - and says she vanished as she was "too young to be a mother".
A spokesman for Lula told DW that Amaral had no evidence to back what he told the magazine.
Otros miles, vestidos de verde y amarillo--los colores de la bandera brasilena--, casi declamaban: "Nossa bandeira jamais sera vermelha" ("Nuestra bandera nunca sera roja", en alusion a la ensena del Partido de los Tfabajadores (PT), la formacion politica fundada por Lula y a la que tambien pertenece Dilma Rousseff.
Lula said those who campaign for Rousseff's impeachment are in retaliation for their defeat by Rousseff in presidential polls, referring to the Brazilian Social Democracy Party (PSDB).
The worries for Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva seem to have no end.
Accusations against former president Lula da Silva in Brazil's corruption probe have mobilized the ruling party, yet embattled President Dilma Rousseff remains out in the cold.