RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The majority of Brazil’s Supreme Court justices confirmed Thursday that former judge Sergio Moro did not act with “impartiality” in one of the trials against former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, whose sentences had been previously annulled.

By 7 votes to 2, most of the court ratified the decision handed down a month ago by the Second Chamber of the Supreme Court, although the session was suspended and the decision of two other justices is still pending.

The ruling, which is limited to a trial over a beach apartment that Lula allegedly received . . .

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