Names that envision the presidency manifested themselves on the decision of Edson Fachin, of the Supreme Federal Court (STF), to annul the PT’s convictions under Operation Lava-Jato
The minister’s decision Edson Fachin, do Federal Supreme Court (STF), to annul the convictions of the former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva within the scope of Operation Car Wash may directly impact the scenario for the election for the presidency of the Republic in 2022. This is because the decision makes Lula eligible for Clean Sheet Law, since he has no conviction. The repercussion of the decision was seen quickly on social media, with representatives of the left and right expressing their opinions. Among them, there are some possible candidates for the Presidency in 2022, such as Ciro Gomes, João Doria and even Luciano Huck. Until the moment of publication of this article, Marina Silva, Rodrigo Maia e Sergio Moro did not manifest themselves in the networks.
Check out the placements of each one:
Regarding Minister Fachin’s decision, see what I have always tried to warn Brazil.
– Ciro Gomes (@cirogomes)
When everything turns into a political fight, democracy ends up wounded. It is not for me to comment on Fachin’s legal decision. Respecting it, I regret that some think they find the future by looking to the past, and others want to relive 2018, which threw us into this social, economic and political gap
– Eduardo Leite (@EduardoLeite_)
For many years, I have been stressing that these lawsuits against former President Lula could never have been tried in Curitiba. Procedural incompetence that can and should be recognized at any time. Constitution victory. As a former federal magistrate, I am very happy.
– Flávio Dino 🇧🇷 (@FlavioDino)
Three years late, Fachin overturns Lula’s convictions. The farce that elected Bolsonaro is dismantled. Democracy wins. Congratulations!
– Guilherme Boulos (@GuilhermeBoulos)
Impunity is advancing. https://t.co/HprsTNf7f0
– João Amoêdo (@joaoamoedonovo)
Radical scholarship holders propagate the idea that to be against the president is to be favorable to Lula, and vice versa. Polarization favors extremists, who destroy the country. Brazil is much bigger than Lula and Bolsonaro.
– João Doria (@jdoriajr)
In Brazil, the future is doubtful and the past is uncertain. In democracy, the Supreme Court has the last word in the courts. It is to respect the decision of the STF and reflect with balance on the moment and what lies ahead. But one thing is a fact: repeated figure does not complete album.
– Luciano Huck (@LucianoHuck)
The extremes celebrate, as they nourish each other. The rupture of the Brazilian social league is advancing. More than ever, the good people will have to point the way to pacify this country.
– Henrique Mandetta (@lhmandetta)