Brazil elections 2022: Superior Electoral Court wants to invite more than 100 international observers

He explained that this possibility of democratic regression could infiltrate Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of Brazil's Superior Electoral Court (TSE), Luiz Edson Fachin, said Tuesday that the authority plans to invite more than 100 international observers to scrutinize the general elections to be held in October.

"Our goal is to have more than 100 international observers during the electoral process in Brazil," Fachin said at the event Democracy and Elections in Latin America and the Challenges of Electoral Authorities.

The Justice said he has insisted that foreign experts be deployed as election observers since early May.

Fachin also announced the creation of a network to ensure the . . .

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