The former president of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, has acknowledged the possibility of running as the electoral candidate for 2022 if he thinks of having majority powers to win.
In an interview published by news portal Brasil 247 and reviewed by Prensa Latina, The founder of the Labor Party has confirmed his desire to defeat incumbent Jair Bolsonaro.
Likewise, his presidency has been marked by strong ties with Europe, South America, Africa, the United States, China and Russia:
“During my tenure, Brazil became a major player on the world stage,” he said.
So, Upon his re-election as president, he promised “to build bridges between South America, Africa and the Arab states, with the aim of establishing and strengthening relations between the South and the South and proving that the geopolitical hegemony of the North is not inevitable.”
The former metal union leader regained his political rights last March, when the Federal Supreme Court annulled four trials against him in the courts of the southern city of Curitiba over a jurisdiction dispute.
(With information from Granma)
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