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Brazil’s Superior Electoral Court brings forward release of electoral system source codes

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's Superior Electoral Court (TSE) on Monday (4) announced it would soon release the source codes to be used in next year's elections. The TSE is thus reacting to attacks made by President Jair Bolsonaro against the system and the use of electronic voting machines.

Consequently, the release of this information, which is typically made public 6 months before the elections and not a year, has been brought forward.

"We have always believed in the system's security, transparency and auditability. What has been happening, and everyone has seen it, is a campaign that . . .

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