Check the deadlines set by the Electoral Justice for the 2nd round

Brazilians are getting ready to go to the polls this Sunday (30th) and choose who will lead, for the next four years, the Federal Executive and the governments of 12 states. In order to guarantee the most important tool of democracy – the vote -, the Electoral Justice prepared an electoral calendar detailing a series of deadlines and rules that must be observed by candidates and voters in this final stretch of the 2022 Elections.

Since dawn today (28), rallies have been banned. Today is also the last day for broadcasting electoral propaganda on radio and television, as well as propaganda in the written press and reproduction of material on the internet.

It is also the last day for the debate on radios and TVs. Voters cannot be arrested or detained, except in cases of flagrante delicto or by virtue of a criminal conviction for a non-bailable crime.

People who impede the right of voters to move freely may also be arrested. The two measures are valid until 48 hours after the election of next Sunday (30).

Tomorrow (29), the eve of the second round, will be the last day to broadcast electoral propaganda through loudspeakers, sound amplifiers, distribution of pamphlets, walks, motorcades or marches. On the same day, the polling stations that will be submitted to electronic voting audits will be defined.

second round

Voting starts at 8 am and ends at 5 pm, Brasília time. Unlike what happened in past elections, in this election, the voting schedule will be uniform across the country. In other words, regions where there is a different time zone will follow Brasília time.

With a reliable and secure electronic electoral system, Brazil will start counting as soon as the elections end on Sunday, and the expectation is to know the result in a few hours.

Tragedy in Mendoza: a two-month-old baby was crushed by his mother
Back to top button
Government creates group to implement Observatory of Rural Wom CFM will open public consultation on the use of medical cannabis know where to watch the classic Vehicle group makes sabbath with Bolsonaro this Friday Germany approves €200bn energy crisis fund Government launches Renew Fleet +Green initiative Government creates collegiate to encourage women in Brazilian Ibovespa closes higher; dollar drops more than 1% MPT ask Saul Klein for compensation of R$ 80 million Former Trump aide sentenced to 4 months in prison for contempt