World Brazil: Pro-Bolsonaro supporters demonstrate against the electronic urn voting system
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after the demonstrations demanding the removal of President Bolsonaro, last weekend, it was his followers who parade this Sunday to protest against the system of vote by electronic urns. One way to prepare the ground in case of defeat?presidential 2022 - after The demonstrations demanding the removal of President Bolsonaro, last weekend, it was his followers who parade this Sunday to protest the voting system with electronic urns. One way to prepare the ground in case of defeat?
Several thousand protesters were gathered Sunday in Brazil to support President Jair Bolsonaro
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in Rio de Janeiro, about 3,000 people passed on the famous Copacabana beach, most without mask and dressed in yellow and green, the colors of the Brazilian flag.
"Let the voices be publicly recounted""What we want is that the voices can be publicly recounted, for more transparency, because there have already been suspicions of fraud," says AFP Ronaldo Calvalcente, 46, who showed Rio. President Bolsonaro, which targets the re-election in 2022
, does not call for a return to the vote by paper ballots, but the impression of a receipt after each vote on the electronic ballot box, so that the voices can be physically recounted. . "Strictly electronic vote is theft! The vote with printed receipts, it's not complicated, people will adapt, "said Roxana Guimaraes, 45-year-old nurse.For analysts, the extreme right leader tries to prepare the ground to challenge the result in case of defeat, like the former US President Donald Trump, of which he is a fervent admirer.
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in Copacabana, a large Brazilian flag with the inscription "Patria Amada" (Patrie Aimée), official Bolsonaro government slogan, was hoisted at the top of a crane, floating in the blue sky of the most tourist beach of Rio .
President Bolsonaro did not take part directly to the event who also gathered several thousand people in Brasilia, but he delivered a videoconferencing speech, repeated that he would not accept elections that would not be "own and democratic ". He added that he would do "all the necessary" to impose the impression of paper receipts for electronic voting.Bolsonaro plays the threats
Thursday, during his weekly direct on Facebook, the head of state reported for more than two hours of his belief in the last two presidentials, believing in particular that it should have been elected From the first round in 2018. But he did not show the slightest evidence, while the Upper Electoral Court (TSE) ensures that the current system is completely transparent and has never been enamelled irregularities.
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Three weeks ago, Jair Bolsonaro had already sparked shields by sowing doubt about the realization of the vote of 2022. "Or we make elections specific to Brazil, or there will be no elections", Had he said.
He had treated "fool" the President of the TSE, Luis Roberto Barroso, who believes that the impression of paper receipts could on the contrary expose the vote "the risk of manipulation of the past".
last weekend,Tens of thousands of people demonstrated in Brazil
to claim the dismissal of President Bolsonaro, who is very criticized for his management of the Pandemic of Covid-19, which made more than 550,000 deaths in the country. . Mondecoronavirus in Brazil: tens of thousands of Brazilians demand the dismissal of Bolsonaro
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Brazil edged past Spain after extra time to win the Olympic Gold medal in Tokyo and seal a second-straight Olympic title. [ MORE: Watch the Olympics live ] They also become just the fifth team in Olympics history to win consecutive titles in men’s soccer. After Richarlison missed a penalty kick, Matheus Cunha but Brazil ahead but Spain equalized through Mikel Oyarzabal to force extra time. Malcolm emerged as the hero for Brazil as he raced free and slotted home past the heroic Unai Simon to clinch the Gold medal for the South American nation.