Federal deputy participated in the program Os Pingos Nos Is this Monday, 28, and spoke about the proposal
The rapporteur of PEC of the printed vote on Chamber of Deputies, Filipe Barros (PSL-PR), presented this Monday, 28, the report of the proposal to the special commission. The text of the deputy Kicis Beer it requires the printing of paper ballots for voting and for counting elections, plebiscites and referendums in Brazil. Under the proposal, the ballots can be checked by the voter and must be deposited in ballot boxes automatically and without manual contact, for auditing purposes. The delivery of the opinion takes place amid uncertainties about the viability of the change, defended by the president Jair Bolsonaro. On Saturday, presidents of 11 parties, including allies of the federal government, came out in defense of the electronic ballot box. Together, the acronyms bring together 326 of the 513 deputies. Even with the internal disputes in the subtitles, the number indicates that the government must face difficulties in approving the adoption of the printed vote for the 2022 elections. The president of the Special Commission that examines the Proposal for Amendment to the Constitution (PEC), deputy Paulo Eduardo Martins , says that the articulation against the printed vote is worrying.
Interviewee does not program The Drops On The Is, gives Young pan, this Monday, 28, Bia Kicis spoke about the theme and stated that the supporters of the printed vote were surprised by the meeting of the presidents of the 11 parties and that the IT technicians from the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) “convince the ministers that the change is harmful to the electoral system.” “We were surprised by the meeting of the parties, of the 11 presidents who closed the issue against the printed vote. This is regrettable and even absurd, because there is no reason for it, other than the resistance of the TSE and the power that the minister of the TSE seems to exert over the Legislative House. In fact, it’s not even a closed position of the minister, we know that it’s a position of the TSE technicians, who end up with ministers who don’t know anything about the IT system. This is very regrettable, but we’re not going to give up. Congressman Filipe Barros is reading his report, which is excellent, we held 13 hearings, heard 27 experts and all said that the system is vulnerable and they say that the printed vote will improve the electronic ballot box and bring security and transparency”, he declared the deputy.
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