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Lula Da Silva´s detention “is part of the political intent by corrupt and manipulative sectors of the judicial branch and the media to leave the Workers Party´s leader outside of the elections and to favor the victory of those who could not win the elections with the vote of the people”, said Pablo Gentili, Executive Secretary at the Latin American Social Sciences Council (CLACSO) in an interview with Real World Radio about the situation in Brazil.
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