British newspaper praises Moro sentence in case Lula

The publication states that the decision is the latest measure of a necessary cleaning, but paralyzing.
14/07/2017 13h27 - Updated 15/07/2017 13h50
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The Financial Times published, on your website, an analysis of Sérgio Moro sentence condemning former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to nine years in prison.

The publication states that the decision is the latest measure of a necessary cleaning, but paralyzing.

The FT widely praised operation Lava Jet, which exposed the corruption of the Brazilian political class with the judicial impartiality and non-partisanship.

The cleaning, However, although necessary, It has the effect of a knockout: one of the consequences of the investigation is that the entire political class is discredited.

Lula is the best example: seven years ago, It was the most popular leader in Brazil, He had designed the overseas country to eradicate much of the poverty, He was considered a strong candidate for election 2018.

Now, the stage for the next election could not be more open.

The current president and one-third of Congress are implicated in allegations. Each agreement leads to new and broader denunciations.

Besides that, the scope of the investigations and political uncertainty have inhibited investments, which hinders the economic recovery of the country.


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