Analysis: Lula’s revival suits Bolsonaro, but Brazil 2022 is a different match

By Anthony Boadle and Eduardo Simões BRASILIA (Reuters) – Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva first ran for president in 1989. Three decades later, the gravelly-voiced former union leader looks set for one more run at Brazil’s top job after a Supreme Court judge quashed his convictions and restored his political rights. His resurrection from the political ashes sets the stage for a déjà-vu election next year, pitting him against far-right President Jair Bolsonaro and giving voters a choice between the most polarizing figures on Brazil’s political spectrum. “This changes the whole picture,” said Creomar …

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