Our space aims to express opinions and scientific studies of specialists in electronic voting, in addition to the vision of personalities from the legal world, journalists and parliamentarians, engaged in recovering Brazilian electoral transparency.
Everyone understands that the security of the vote was lost more than 20 years ago, since citizenship was removed from the conference of the vote and inspection of the counting, to be replaced by strange hands that control the bytes - protected by invisibility.
For this reason, in times of attacks on FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION under the nebulous pretext of hunting Fake News - when facts are distorted or public opinion criminalized -, we must highlight our exclusive commitment to truth, through reliable facts and reliable sources. And an indisputable fact is: “Elections are the only event on the planet, where there can be no doubts and insecurity, only certainties and confidence”.
Unfortunately, with the voter being held hostage by obscure 1st generation electronic ballot boxes, which infringe Principle Constitutional of Advertising and prevent independent audits, is not what we have seen in Brazil for a long time. It is not by chance that mistrust is widespread, as solid and unquestionable research shows: 92% of Brazilians do not trust electronic voting machines and most don't trust the counting of votes.
As our focus is on transparency and electoral security, the mission is to see the country realign its voting process with the democracies of the world, which give control to the legitimate protagonists (voters / parties) and full confidence in the UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE - democratic principle famous, but that also has important stages suppressed to the Brazilians.
The printed Vote saga started in 1998. Two years after the implantation of electronic voting machines, congressmen had already ...
Beginning of the Printed Vote saga in Congress. Two years after the electronic voting machines were implanted, congressmen already had the ...
The maneuvers to disfigure the original law and prevent its approval.
In 2002 with Jobim, the TSE started the strategy that would be repeated under the direction of Gilmar Mendes, years later ...
Brief tour of Brazilian electoral insecurity, with expert testimonies, reports of vulnerabilities and potential fraud. See too videos and documentaries.