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Law 2002 printed vote

  • 1998 Printed Vote - Sen. Requião Project approved by the CCJ.
    The saga of the printed vote started in 1998. Two years after the implantation of electronic voting machines, congressmen already had the exact notion of the danger of unavoidable fraud that the exclusively virtual vote would favor. Senator Roberto Requião, attentive to the evolution of other pioneering countries in the use of electronic voting machines, which either abandoned or […]
  • 1999 TSE starts opposition to Senator Requião's Voto Impresso project.
    Beginning of the Printed Vote saga in Congress. Two years after the electronic voting machines were implanted, congressmen already had the exact notion of the danger of fraud that the exclusively virtual vote would favor. Senator Roberto Requião, aware of the evolution of other pioneering countries in the use of electronic ballot boxes, which either abandoned them or were part of […]
  • 2001 Printed Vote Requião becomes Jobim TSE Law and is approved.
    The maneuvers to disfigure the original law and prevent its approval.
  • 2002: TSE restricts the printed vote to 5% from the ballot box and will implement it until 2008
    In 2002 with Jobim, the TSE started the strategy that would be repeated under the direction of Gilmar Mendes, years later. Prof. Pedro de Rezende for Gazeta do Povo in 2017. “In 2002, independent validation of the electoral result, was required by Federal Law No. 10,408, but during the preparations for the election, the implementation […]
  • 2002 elections: the theater of the printed vote, on charges of sabotage.
    Reports from lawyers and computer scientists who are members of CMIND. It was not enough the four long years trying to prevent the passage of the Printed Voting Law, it was necessary to sabotage the execution of the law and show that there was a 4th power above the “sovereign” popular representative power.
  • TSE recommends repealing 2002 printed voting law
    The election ended with only 5% of printers installed in the polls and the controversial operationalization, including suspicions of sabotage, the expected happened: TSE president Nelson Jobim, declared his desire to end the Printed Vote. It transferred to the printers, the responsibility for the errors of human hands, which should strive for efficiency by […]
  • 2003, the setback to blind voting. TSE / STF and the virtual halter law
    History of the serious irregularities of the Blind Virtual Vote Law, which imprisons Brazil until today.

Law 2009 printed vote

Law 2015 printed vote

Anti-fraud measures

  • Elections 2018 - Anti-fraud measures
    In the country of obscure polls, polls without recount and virtual blind vote, Brazilians specializing in data security, seek to contribute to the process with minimal transparency. You, the voter, are the main beneficiaries of these initiatives. 1- Parallel Totalization Application Developed by CMIND - Independent Multidisciplinary Committee. Find out about […]
  • The truth about the Anti-Fraud Operation and lies of the Comprova Project.
    In 2018, the video Operation Antifraud of Brazil Parallel went viral on the internet, proposing an independent statistical audit of electronic elections, based on the “Newcomb-Benford” methodology - mathematical law of numerical proportion [1]. Through Comprova - already known as the Tribunal of the Holy Office of the News - Poder 360, UOL, Folha, State of São […]

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