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In Brazil, court authorities start auditing voting machines


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Brazil’s Superior Electoral Court (TSE) held a public event to open the voting machines that will be used in the 2022 elections. Carried out six months before every election, the event was brought forward on Monday (Oct. 4) to a year before the vote.

The court’s president, Minister Luís Roberto Barroso, said that the court is working to offer clean elections to the people and restated that the voting system is safe and had all current Congress members elected.

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“Opening its source code means making it available for all political parties to examine and monitor them as well as an invitation to have them participate in every stage of program development,” he stated.


While the voting machines are open, representatives form political parties, Brazil’s Bar Association OAB, the Federal Police, the Armed Forces, and scholars may access the  source code of the software in the voting machines. They may also request improvement and pose questions directed at the court’s technical staff.

Opening the source code is regarded as the first stage in the auditing of voting machines, which ends on election day.


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