Economist Marcos Cintra (União Brasil), former secretary of the Federal Revenue and vice-president of Senator Soraya Thronicke (União Brasil) for the Presidency of the Republic, had his Twitter profile censored this Sunday (Nov. 6).
The account was suspended one day after Cintra questioned the TSE (Superior Electoral Court) about counting the 2022 elections.
According to the Twitter report, the economist's account was taken offline in Brazil "in response to a judicial demand".
The Brazilian Justice has not disclosed the information about the process.
Poder360 tried to contact the TSE but had no answer as of the . . .