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Bolsonaro’s party fined heavily

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The political party of outgoing President Jair Bolsonaro received a large fine on Wednesday, November 24, from the Brazilian electoral authority for his request with “bad faith” Review the result of the presidential election won by Lula.

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The President of the Supreme Court of Elections, Alexandre de Moraes, considered that the complaint filed on Tuesday by the Liberal Party (PL) was “bad faith”According to a text posted on the foundation’s website, he was fined approximately $4.2 million. Referee indicated “The absence of evidence and circumstances that justify an exceptional investigation” Of the approximately 280,000 electronic ballot boxes used during the presidential election.

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Left-wing candidate Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva won the second round of the presidential election on October 30 with a slim majority of 50.9% against 49.1% for the far-right head of state.

The arguments made are “totally wrong”

I asked PL on Tuesday “Valuing the votes from the electronic ballot boxes that were exposed to intractable faults, and clarifying the legal consequences of the results of the second round.”.

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This formation, which received the largest number of deputies and senators at the end of the legislative elections, is considered to be “flaw” of five tractor models “calls into question the transparency of the electoral process”. These polls are from before 2020, also supported by PL.

The arguments presented are “absolutely wrong”Alexandre de Moraes, estimated the demand “It ostensibly offends the democratic rule of law and is done inconsistently, with the aim of encouraging criminal and anti-democratic movements.”.

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He adds that these movements were manifested in Serious threats and violence Through roadblocks across the country.

Bolsonaro has disappeared from public life

After Lula’s victory, hundreds of Jair Bolsonaro’s supporters staged sieges that lasted several days and sometimes resulted in clashes with security forces.

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Jair Bolsonaro practically disappeared from public life for more than three weeks, after announcing his defeat to former President Lula (2003-2010).

He broke out of his silence two days later, without openly acknowledging his defeat, and conjuring “feeling aggrieved” Among his supporters who demonstrated in front of the barracks to demand military intervention.

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