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Brazil Supreme Court ruling could free corruption convicts, including Lula

Reuters Friday, 18 October 2019
Brazil's Supreme Court began debating on Thursday whether to overturn a three-year-old rule that convicted criminals must go to prison right after losing their first appeal and not wait until they have exhausted their appeal options.
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