Politico: Brazilian President Bolsonaro, who lost in the elections, decided to challenge their results

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Politico: Brazilian President Bolsonaro, who lost in the elections, decided to challenge their results

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is contesting his October election defeat and is calling on the country's electoral commission to annul votes cast on most electronic voting machines, citing a software bug, writes Politico.

At the same time, according to independent experts, this did not affect the reliability of the results. According to supporters of Bolsonaro, he could have received 51% of the vote, if not for these errors with the software.



However, Brazil's Central Election Commission has already declared victory for Bolsonaro's nemesis, the country's former president, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, and leading politicians, including many of the president's allies, have acknowledged the results.

Representatives of the losing side claim that about 59 percent of the electronic devices used in the second round of elections on October 30 did not have individual identification numbers. At the same time, they could not explain how this could affect the election results, Politico notes.

On the claims of Bolsonaro supporters, the chairman of the electoral commission, Alexandre de Moraes, said that the court would not consider the complaint if the president's party did not submit a new report within 24 hours, which would include the results of the first round of elections on October 2, where the pro-presidential Liberal Party won more seats in both houses of Congress than any other.

Earlier, Bolsonaro said that he would cede power to the new president of the country without any problems and also called on his supporters to abandon street protests.
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  1. 0
    November 23, 2022
    Politico: Brazilian President Bolsonaro, who lost in the elections, decided to challenge their results
    N yes s s s, it will not be a boring "carnival", but it will hardly be possible to call it frivolous.
  2. Two
    -1
    November 23, 2022
    hi Magnifying glass showed Zhairka a magnifying glass! Know our stupid ones, dance capoeira!
  3. +4
    November 23, 2022
    I have always been a supporter of veche democracy, like Veliky Novgorod. There are disagreements - they gathered in the square, went on two sides, and whoever trampled on someone's snout is right. No fraud, no leftist calculations, no voter bribing, a complete idyll .. wink good

    In our enlightened time, since there are too many people in order not to arrange epic battles on a country-wide scale, let the deputies fight. And publicly, according to every law or amendment. There is one hell of a lot of athletes and other intellectuals, so at least there will be some benefit from them, the voters will have fun .. laughing
    1. 0
      November 23, 2022
      Quote: paul3390
      let the deputies fight.

      In order not to become like animal natural selection and in order to avoid injury, you can organize:
      Airsoft is a team military-tactical honesty game using specially designed soft pneumatics.
  4. +2
    November 23, 2022
    Earlier, Bolsonaro said that he would cede power to the new president of the country without any problems. and also urged his supporters to abandon the street protests.

    And it’s true that they say that appetite comes with eating, and only star disease is treated ... This is just some kind of deja vu:
  5. ASM
    -1
    November 23, 2022
    Apparently r-himself failed to bend Silva. Now only the standard tension for them, paid rallies, skirmishes, strikes and economic problems. Nothing new, just a reason for the next attempts to bend.

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