Brazil: Advanced Voting Technology Mixed with Political Censorship

Brazil: Advanced Voting Technology Mixed with Political Censorship
technology
Lourenço Bustani
  • 8 october 2008

Brazil is a country internationally recognized as having one of the most advanced voting systems in the world. Electronic urns, available in all voting stations, allow for a fast count of votes and the release of results just a few hours after the end of voting. For example, this past Sunday, the 5th of October, nearly 128 million Brazilians voted for mayors in cities throughout the country. The results of these elections were available less than six hours after the voting ended.

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