Representatives of 11 Brazilian parties say they will oppose printed ballot proposal

The meeting was attended by parties that adopt an independent position in relation to the 2022 election as well as the most conservative.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Presidents and representatives of 11 political parties today assured Superior Electoral Court (TSE) Chief Judge LuÌs Roberto Barroso that they trust electronic ballot boxes and will orient their benches to vote against the proposed constitutional amendment (PEC) that would mandate a printed ballot.

The meeting was attended by parties that adopt a more independent position in relation to the 2022 election, such as MDB and PSD, as well as the most conservative, such as PL and Avante. The parties represent over 300 votes in the Chamber, more than enough to block passage of the PEC . . .

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