He announced that as a result, Lula would be charged with corruption and money laundering. That should have been the topic of discussion across the Brazilian internet. But then Dallagnol fired up a Powerpoint
Brazilians concerned with rampant corruption in their political system have reason to rejoice today: the man who many consider the most corrupt politician in Brazil – a title for which there is much competition, and who had been removed from office in May – finally had his mandate ended.
Millions of Brazilians are tuning in to watch the show — no, sorry. Correction: millions of Brazilians cannot watch the show because it is not being broadcast on the basic cable channels most Brazilians watch.