"If I am in good health and in the best position to win the elections, yes, I will not hesitate," he replied when asked if he will be a candidate. He also recalled that during his administration (2003-2011), Brazil created strong ties with Europe, South America, the United States, China and Russia.
"Under my mandate, Brazil became an important player on the world stage," stressed the main leader of the Brazilian left.
In March, he regained his political rights after a decision of the Federal Supreme Court that overturned the corruption convictions against him.
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