CJP heads to Rio de Janeiro to meet his hero after Brazilian Chief Justice given ministry


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RIO DE JANEIRO – Chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar will head towards Brazil following his retirement in a couple of months’ time, sources to the CJP have told The Dependent.

CJP Nisar’s move to Brazil is being dubbed a ‘tutorial tour’ where he will look to learn how to formally enter mainstream politics, after Brazilian Chief Justice Sergio Moro was given a ministry to formalise his entry into politics.

Sources further reveal that CJP Nisar has also been offered a judgeship on the Supreme Court of Brazil by President-elect Jair Bolsonaro in light of his tireless anti-corruption activities.

Following his retirement in January 2019, Justice Saqib Nisar would have to decide if he wants to sit at his lavish home railing against corruption and water scarcity in his country or to continue providing justice and cheap thrills to the general public, especially his largest audience: semi-retired uncles running WhatsApp propaganda machines.

But those closest to the CJP reveal that he can’t wait to meet Justice Moro who he calls his ‘hero’.

It has been learnt by this scribe that Justice Nisar is taking Portuguese lessons these days, in preparation for his next possible role.

In Brazil, ‘Operation Car Wash’ led by Judge Sergio Moro successfully put the populist former President Lula da Silva behind bars.

Judge Moro has been offered a top spot in the Brazilian Supreme Court or the Justice Ministry by Bolsonaro.