The party of the current Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, asked the electoral authorities this Tuesday to cancel part of the ballot boxes used in the presidential elections on October 30.
“In these ballot boxes, unfortunately, we found an invalid number”, which indicates a “very strong indication of malfunctioning of the urn” and “generates uncertainty in the data from these ballot boxes”, indicated engineer Carlos Rocha, responsible for auditing the Liberal Party (PL) report.
In a statement to the media, without the right to ask questions, in Brasilia, the official also said that in his report “it was discovered that there were ballot boxes that crashed and were turned off in the same voting period and turned on again🇧🇷
It represents, he said, “violation of the secrecy of the act of voting”.
In a contradictory act, the president of the PL, Valdemar Costa Neto, alongside the auditors, said that this report does not represent the party’s opinion.