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Brazilian authorities defend reliability of electoral system to foreign observers

Brazilian authorities yesterday highlighted the electronic voting system's reliability and transparency at a Brasilia seminar attended by international election observers.

The system has been used in the country since 1996, Brazil's Superior Electoral Court (TSE) confirmed.

The event, held at a hotel in the Brazilian capital, was attended by TSE President Alexandre de Moraes, Supreme Federal Court (STF) President Rosa Weber, and Senate President Rodrigo Pacheco.

Moraes reiterated at the seminar that the Oct. 2 elections are a date of "safe and transparent exercise of democratic options."

"Electoral justice will ensure that the exercise of democracy is done . . .

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