Electoral Court invites European support to observe Brazilian elections

Between 50 and 60 guests are expected, mainly from Latin American and European countries.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After the failure of negotiations to send observers from the European Union (EU), the Superior Electoral Court TSE has added several European experts to the list of "invited" observers for the elections in Brazil next October, official sources said today.

"We invited the European Union to send an observer mission to the elections, but it was not possible to continue negotiations because some conditions of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs were not met," said the president of the TSE, Edson Fachin, in a virtual press conference with foreign correspondents in Brazil.

The top electoral authority acknowledged . . .

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