Brazilian voters in New Zealand are already voting for president and vice president


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Urna eletrônica modelo 2020 utilizada pelo TSE nas eleições

Model electronic voting machine

used by the TSE in the elections| Photo: Disclosure / TSE

The voting for president in the Brazilian elections has already started this Saturday (1st) for voters who live in New Zealand. According to the Superior Electoral Court (TSE), the first section opened at 8 am on Sunday in the country of Oceania – this Saturday at Brasilia time. Voting there ends at 13h in local time, 1h on Sunday (2) in Brasilia time.

The opening hours of polling stations for Brazilians residing abroad will follow the same rule used by the TSE in Brazil, opening at 8 am and ending at 16H. The results will be sent to the court’s totaling room and added to the votes counted in the national territory.

The Brazilian Electoral Code provides for the creation of voting points in places where there are at least 13 registered voters. For these voters, the only option to vote is for president and vice president of the republic. There is no possibility of voting for deputies, senators, governors, councilors and mayors for those who are not in Brazilian territory.

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