Lula da Silva — Former Brazilian President

Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Fast Facts:

Lula da Silva became the first left-wing leader of a major party in Brazil at the age of 30.

At the age of 23, he was the youngest person ever elected in Brazil, by the Workers Party.

He got engaged to a 17-year-old girl and had 6 children with her.

Lula was the vice president of his party when he was assassinated in October 2003.

The last time there was a presidential election in Brazil was in 1998.

From a young age, Lula da Silva had a huge desire to be a politician.

He got engaged at the age of 16 and was blessed with six children.

He became vice president under the Workers Party.

Lula became president of the country in 2002 and became a martyr when he was assassinated in October of that same year.

One of his main political beliefs is “workers must pay for their own houses.

According to him, the poor should share how they spend their money with the rich.

Lula wanted to ‘open up’ Brazil and make it a better place to live.

The Workers Party is a member of the Brazilian Socialist Party.

Lula was born August 6, 1954, in Vitória, Brazil.

Lula Da Silva

Education: São Bento High School in São Paulo, BHND, Graduated with a BS in Economics at University of São Paulo

First elected to public office at age 17.

Appointed the youngest person ever elected to the Brazilian Congress at that time at the age of 23.

Was appointed by President Fernando Henrique Cardoso to lead the Workers’ Party when he became president in 2002.

Appointed Vice President of Brazil under president.

Had a huge desire to be a politician since he was 15 years old.

Became engaged at the age of 16, he was blessed with six children.

Became Vice President under president.

Fernando Henrique Cardoso is a former Brazilian president.

Lula was assassinated on October 3, 2003 by agent Carlos Marighella.

Lula was born August 6, 1954, in Vitória, Brazil.

One of the world’s most popular political leaders in Brazil.

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