While an estimated 1.5 million Brazilians demonstrated asking for Dilma’s impeachment, an idea perked up from the political cesspool to grant Lula immunity from prosecution:
Brazil’s former president Lula da Silva ‘offered cabinet post’Job would provide immunity from prosecution as corruption probe casts shadow over government of Dilma Rousseff
Brazil’s top three papers also reported late on Monday that Mr Lula was expected to accept a ministerial position in the coming days, after a crusading federal judge was given jurisdiction to rule over money laundering charges presented against him
Any decision to arrest Mr Lula would now be made by Federal Judge Sergio Moro, who oversees a sweeping investigation into kickbacks at state-run oil firm Petrobras and approved the detention of dozens of senior executives.
But a cabinet position would not grant him immunity from Brazil’s Supreme Court.
Lest you think he’d be named minister
in charge of the laundry room of finance,
It has not yet been decided whether he should become the president’s chief of staff or replace the minister in charge of legislative affairs, Ricardo Berzoini, the source said.
I’ve been saying for a while that Brazil’s corruption is second to none. So far, they have not shown otherwise.