At the souvenir stands in front of the concert hall in Rio de Janeiro, a T-shirt in particular is tearing away this Sunday at the end of September. It shows a long-haired, bearded man in front of a revolutionary red background. It could be Che Guevara or Fidel Castro.
It's Lula, as a socialist revolutionary, 50 years ago.
On the flags next to it is a smiling, slightly graying man in a suit and with a sash in the Brazilian national colors.
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