Bolsonaro’s party’s request calls for the nation’s electoral authority to “apply the legal consequences it deems necessary” in response to the discovery that electronic voting machines manufactured before the year 2020 used in the 2022 presidential election did not document individual identification numbers in internal logs. The party also claimed to find software inconsistencies not present in models built after 2020.

Since the massive fraud during the runoff election on October 30th in Brazil, millions of Brazilians have been protesting on the streets every day against electoral fraud by Communist convicted criminal Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Mainstream media such as O Globo refuse to report on what may be the largest protests the world has ever seen, fueling even more rage and disappointment among the Brazilian people. On Thursday, the far-left court ordered banks to block funds from at least 42 agricultural entrepreneurs supporting President Jair Bolsonaro. Supreme Court Minister Alexandre de Moraes ordered the blocking of the bank accounts of at least 42 individuals and companies in Mato Grosso, suspected of financing the protests, CBN reported.

cross-posted from: > Attempting to use the names of African gods and “Jesus” and “Cristo” indeed resulted in a message reading, “personalization unavailable.” > > Other religious terms – multiple spellings of Muhammad/Mohammed, “Allah,” and the Hindu god “Ganesh” – were still available at press time, however, potentially leaving Nike still open to accusations of religious discrimination. Mohammed, like Jesus, is a common male name in many parts of the world.

On Thursday the far-left court ordered banks to seize ALL assets and block funds from the millions of protesters participating in the mass democracy protests.

The far-left Supreme Court packed with Lula cronies called the massive street protests against their fraudster candidate, possibly the biggest popular uprising in world history, somehow a “violation of the constitution.”

Therefore, the Ministry of Defense urgently requested the TSE to carry out a technical investigation into what happened in the compilation of the source code and a thorough analysis of the codes that were actually executed in the electronic voting machines, creating, for these purposes, a specific commission of renowned technicians from society and technicians representing the inspection entities.

Election machines need to go. We need a transparent process citizens can trust.

cross-posted from: > Bolsonaro had not yet “defined” how he would proceed following his election loss, leaving open the possibility that he would challenge the results. With all votes in, Lula reportedly received 50.9 percent of the vote, compared to Bolsonaro’s 49.1, a difference of about two million votes. An estimated 20 percent of voters abstained from choosing any candidate, a slight decline in the number who abstained in the first round but, nonetheless, a much more sizable number than the difference between the candidates. > > UOL said that its source insisted that any potential challenge by Bolsonaro to the election results would remain “within the confines of the constitution.”

cross-posted from: > The company claims that the network is fully operational in two markets and active in seven markets across the globe. The company has launched a digital identity in Brazil and helped the Australian government develop the TDIF, a framework for the development of digital identity services. > > According to Clark, there are opportunities for digital ID systems because of the poor user experiences most people have with traditional ID systems. She also claimed that digital ID could help combat cyber fraud.

The platform is designed to automate the process of transferring property registration by deploying smart contracts based on a delivery versus payment, a settlement method guaranteeing the ownership transfer after successful payment. Santander’s latest vehicle registration solution is developed in partnership with Parfin, major digital custody and Web3 infrastructure provider in Latin America.

The article, “Brazil: The Most Important Election Battleground Against Global Communism In 2022,” criticized the Supreme Federal Court of Brazil (Supremo Tribunal Federal or STF) and one of its members, Judge Alexandre de Moraes. The criticism focused on the alleged politicization and corruption of the STF and the way the STF and Moraes use their judicial powers.

cross-posted from: > Silas Brasileiro, president of the National Coffee Council, said inventories in the South American country could decline to just 7 million bags (each weighing 60 kilograms) by the end of 1Q23. Brazil usually has 9-12 million bags in inventory. > > In Colombia, the world's second top arabica coffee producer, crops are drowned in too much rain due to persisting La-Nina-related conditions. > > Yields are expected to decline in Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua, while Vietnam, the largest robusta supplier, will also see stockpiles tumble because of poor harvest.

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