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Brazilians living abroad have the right to vote for the post of President of the Republic. For this, polling stations were set up in 181 foreign cities. Until 2 pm this Sunday (2), at Brasília time, voting for the first round of Elections 2022 had already closed in 69 countriesinformed the TSE (Superior Electoral Court).

According to the Electoral Court, more than 697 thousand voters are able to vote abroadan increase of 39.21% compared to the 2018 general election. No abnormality has been recorded so far, other than the high voter turnout.

There are still long lines in Porto and Lisbon, Portugal, and in Dublin, Ireland. In these and other places in Europe, it is possible that the voting time will be extended, to serve everyone who is in the queues. In addition, 57 ballot boxes malfunctioned and had to be replaced, but in a few cases there was replacement for paper voting.

The organization of elections abroad, such as sending ballot boxes and opening polling stations, was the responsibility of the TRE-DF (Regional Electoral Court of the Federal District). The agency said it had already started to receive the first ballots from other countries. The release of official results, however, should only start at 5 pm.


This year, for the first time, all polling stations in Brazil are open from 8 am to 5 pm, Brasília time. In locations with another time zone, therefore, local time will be adapted.

The rule, however, does not apply to voters at polling stations abroad, where the polls are open from 8 am to 5 pm local time.


See the 59 countries where the voting for president has already ended

Saudi Arabia

Armenia

Australia

Azerbaijan

Bahrain

Kazakhstan

Qatar

China

Hong Kong (Chinese province)

South Korea

United Arab Emirates

Estonia

Ethiopia

Philippines

Finland

India

Indonesia

Japan

Malaysia

Nepal

Oman

thailand

Taiwan

Vietnam

Georgia

Greece

Will

Iraq

Israel

Jordan

Kuwait

Lebanon

Myamar

Palestine

Pakistan

Kenya

Romania

Russia (Russian Federation)

singapore

Sri Lanka

Tanzania

East Timor

Turkey

Zambia


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