Bolsonaro insists, saying electronic voting will turn Brazil into Venezuela

"Now the Argentine elite is already leaving the country. After that, the middle class and the poor will migrate, as is happening in Venezuela," and this is due to "false, populist, demagogic elections that sell illusions and promise paradises," he explained.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Monday (1) strongly opposed electronic voting. If the system is retained in the 2022 elections, he said, the country would go the way of Venezuela or Argentina.

"In 2019, I was in Argentina warning about what would happen if the São Paulo Forum [Puebla Group] returned to power," Bolsonaro said of the organization that unites Latin American leftist parties and includes Alberto Fernández.

"Now, the Argentine elite is already leaving the country. After that, the middle class and the poor will migrate, as is happening in Venezuela," and this . . .

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