Sergio Moro
I will not trade my dignity for my freedom, says Lula

Former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva refused any relaxation in his conditions of imprisonment and said he would only accept the quashing of the verdict against him and his release

Cry of the excluded brings tens of thousands to the streets of Brazil Cry of the Excluded brings tens of thousands to the streets of Brazil

The protests this year saw a massive number of people coming out on the streets to declare their rejection of the policies of Jair Bolsonaro, especially his attacks on public education and the environment

Brazilian students to protest against government’s education plan and pension reform

The third day of national protests will see rallies in more than 80 cities, calling for the end of policies of privatization

In a 10-1 vote, Supreme Court stays Brazil’s Lula transfer to São Paulo

Decision to transfer ex-president was about “shifting focus,” a jurist told Brasil de Fato: “Lula should be released”

Brazilian court postpones habeas corpus hearing for Lula

The Supreme Court decided on Tuesday to postpone the habeas corpus hearing which requests the disqualification of former judge Sérgio Moro

Reports confirm political bias behind legal persecution of Lula

The reports released by The Intercept on Sunday confirm the suspicion held by many that the incarceration and silencing of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva had deep political motivations

Smaller-than-promised pro-Bolsonaro rallies call for myriad, authoritarian demands

While organizers promised to “bring the country to a halt,” turnout was lower than education budget cut protests

Brazil court upholds Lula conviction, reduces sentence

Lawyers call for acquittal of Brazil’s ex-president and claim the superior court did not judge the merits of the case

The 2016 coup in Brazil: the door to disaster

In a Brasil de Fato exclusive article, the ex-president looks into the country’s political scenario today

The next steps in the defense of Lula

The case will be heard in two Brazilian courts and in the Human Rights Committee of the United Nations

Do you know why Lula is in prison?

Learn more details about the process that brought the greatest people’s leader in Brazil’s recent history to prison

Lula, beyond politics

The losses and injustices that mark the history of a Luiz Inácio who is a father and grandfather

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