The Chiarello family
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Brazilian families divided over Lula

Many Brazilian families are divided in their views on ex-President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's brush with the law.

Lula was briefly held for questioning on 4 March as part of a massive corruption investigation involving the state-oil company, Petrobras.

Vitor Chiarello thinks the federal police overstepped the mark, but the rest of his family greeted the news with a cheer.

The Chiarellos spoke to BBC News about how they enjoy political debate but don't let it come between them.

  • 16 Mar 2016
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