Brazil’s Bolsonaro criticizes Supreme Court members for coordinating rejection of printed ballot

The three STF Justices who are members of the 7-judge TSE - Luís Roberto Barroso, Edson Fachin, and Alexandre de Moraes - have publicly expressed reservations about the proposal for a printed ballot.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's president Jair Bolsonaro criticized Thursday three Justices of the Supreme Court (STF) for coordinatng the rejection of the proposed constitutional amendment (PEC) being considered by the Chamber of Deputies that provides for the printing of voting receipt from electronic ballot boxes.

"There is a coordination of three Justices of the Supreme Court not to have an auditable vote. If they do not want this, they will have to come up with a way to have clean elections. Otherwise, we will have problems next year," he said.

"The auditable vote will make sure who the . . .

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