The judge was the main speaker of the ceremony at the University of Notre Dame
In a speech at the graduation ceremony of the University of Notre Dame in the United States, federal judge Sergio Moro said on Sunday (20) that “nobody is above the law”, and that this should be a principle for the stability of democracy in Brazil.
“The foundation of democratic nations is the rule of law, which means that everyone has the right to equal protection of the law. This means that we need to protect the most vulnerable, but also that no one is above the law, “he said.
Moro was the principal speaker at the graduation ceremony of the University of Notre Dame, a Catholic institution founded in 1842 and headquartered in Indiana, which has about 12,000 students.
Former US presidents such as Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Ronald Reagan, among other officials, have already occupied the position.