Pro-Bolsonaro demonstrators protest against electoral system in Brazil

President Bolsonaro is not asking for a return to paper ballots but for a receipt to be printed after each vote in the electronic ballot box so that they can be physically recounted.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Thousands of people demonstrated this Sunday (01) in Brazil supporting President Jair Bolsonaro and protesting against the electronic voting system in place since 1996.

In Rio de Janeiro, around 3,000 people marched along Copacabana beach, most of them dressed in yellow and green, the colors of the Brazilian flag.

"What we want is that the votes can be publicly recounted, that there is more transparency because there have already been suspicions of fraud," Ronaldo Cavalcante, a 46-year-old man demonstrating in Rio, told AFP.

President Bolsonaro, who is seeking re-election in 2022, is . . .

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