Brazil elections 2022: Armed Forces will try to ‘convince’ Superior Electoral Court TSE of proposals, says Bolsonaro

He also said that the Armed Forces have officially proposed to the electoral court the use of a unique "armed forces computer," to count the votes. It is not entirely clear at this time whether or not this computer would be a product of the country's intelligence services.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) said Thursday (28) that representatives of the Armed Forces would continue to hold meetings to "convince" the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) of proposals for this year's elections.

"The Armed Forces have been invited; they continue to work and will certainly hold more meetings to convince the TSE that proposals are welcome for the good of all," Bolsonaro said during the weekly live broadcast on social media.

The patriotic-conservative leader said he had seen "messages in the press" that "they do not want to accept the observations of the Armed Forces . . .

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