This article published by The Guardian is written by Tom Phillips. Here is an excerpt:
Anazir Maria de Oliveira has a simple message for the man they call Lula.
“Comrade, I want you back,” said the 88-year-old union veteran and black activist as she celebrated the return of her “guru” to Brazil’s political fray.
Until just a few months ago, Lula – full name Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva – seemed to have reached the melancholy twilight of a mythical political career. The former factory worker rose to become one of the world’s most popular leaders before, in a dramatic fall from grace, he was jailed and barred from office.
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