Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva

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Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
35th President of Brazil
In office
1 January 2003 – 1 January 2011
Vice President José Alencar
Preceded by Fernando Henrique Cardoso
Succeeded by Dilma Rousseff
Leader of the Workers' Party
In office
10 February 1980 – 15 November 1994
Preceded by Position established
Personal details
Born 27 Oṣù Kẹ̀wá 1945 (1945-10-27) (ọmọ ọdún 72)
Caetés, Brazil
Political party Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT)
Spouse(s) Maria de Lurdes (Deceased)
Marisa Letícia Rocco Casa
Children Fábio Luís
Lurian Cordeiro
Luís Cláudio
Marcos Cláudio (Adopted)
Sandro Luís
Residence São Bernardo do Campo
Profession Automotive worker
Union organizer
Signature Lula (Signature of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva)

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Pípè ni Potogí: [luˈis iˈnäsjʊ ˈlulɐ dä ˈsiʊ̯vɐ]; ojoibi 27 October 1945), o gbajumo gege bi Lula,[2] ni Aare orile-ede Brazil lati 2003 titi 2011.

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  1. "Folha Online – Mundo – "Lula é um católico a seu modo", diz d. Cláudio Hummes – 06/04/2005". 1970-01-01. Retrieved 2010-10-03. 
  2. Luiz Inácio da Silva was Lula's full birth name, which he used from 1945 to 1982, but he has been known as Lula since childhood; the nickname itself is a hypocoristic for Luiz with consonantal reduplication. Consequently, Lula became the name by which he was known throughout his career as a metallurgical worker, and as he emerged in the national scene as a union leader, and for all his political life. In 1982, in order to run for governorship of the state of São Paulo, Lula changed his legal name, adding the nickname Lula by which he was nationally known. Under Brazilian electoral laws at the time, one could only use one's legal name to run for public office. Currently, Brazilian newspapers refer to him either (more formally) using his full name Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva or (informally or on second reference) only his moniker Lula.