By Nelson Belen, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Thursday, September 29th, Brazil’s Tribunal Superior Eleitoral (Superior Electoral Court) revealed that, with just days to go before the important municipal elections on Sunday, October 2nd, it has received, in a little over a month, more than 32,000 complaints nationwide of illegal electioneering through its recently released app, Pardal. The app allows users to report, through their mobile devices, alleged illegal electioneering directly to the Court.
The Court released Pardal for Android and iOS devices in early August to coincide with the start of . . .