Brazil’s Congressional Commission rejects Bolsonaro’s controversial printed vote proposal

Brasilia.- The Special Commission of the Chamber of Deputies rejected this Thursday the implementation of the printed vote for the next elections in Brazil, that will take place in October 2022, a proposal promoted by President Jair Bolsonaro. The project that sought to reform the Constitution to make the printed vote mandatory was rejected by

Brazil’s Supreme Court orders to investigate Bolsonaro for ‘fake news’

The Superior Federal Court (STF) ordered on Wednesday to investigate the president Jair Bolsonaro for crimes of “slander” and “incitement to crime”, among other causes related to their questioning without evidence of the electronic voting system in Brazil. We recommend you: Bolsonaro assures that in his mandate there has not been “a mark of corruption”

Covid-19: Brazil surpasses 20 million infections in pandemic

Brazil registered 40,716 new infections by covid-19 in the last 24 hours, raising the total number of infected since the beginning of the pandemic above the 20 million mark (20,026,533), informed this Wednesday the Ministry of Health of the country. Brazil is the third country with more cases in the world, behind the United States

Brazil exceeded the barrier of 20 million infections of covid-19

Brazil, the third country with the highest number of covid-19 cases since the start of the pandemic, today surpassed the barrier of 20 million accumulated cases. The Ministry of Health indicated that in the last 24 hours 40,429 cases were detected, the total amounted to 20,026,502. The average of new daily cases for the last

Brazil and Spain will face each other for Gold

The soccer teams from Brazil and Spain were classified as finalists of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games by beating Mexico, in definition with kicks from the penalty spot, and Japan 1-0, in overtime, respectively. Now both will play the final next Saturday at the Yokohama International Stadium from 8.30 am, while on Friday from 8

Brazil: Jair Bolsonaro continues his crusade against electronic voting

Following a series of unfounded accusations made by President Jair Bolsonaro about irregularities in Brazil’s electoral system, the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) opened an investigation for the president to explain the complaints he made without presenting evidence. While Bolsonaro replied with a call for that the population arm itself “after the example of the people