RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's Chamber of Deputies president Arthur Lira said Wednesday (28) that the country's electoral system is reliable and that the country will hold clean and transparent elections not only in 2022, but also in the following years.
However, Lira advocated a debate on printed ballots, which has been hailed by Bolsonarists in the Chamber.
"We will hold clean and transparent elections in October 2022, just as we will in 2024 and 2026. There is no doubt that the system is reliable, but part of the population and deputies want to discuss this," he said . . .