While participating in an event with Brazilians in Orlando, in the United States, former president Jair Bolsonaro (PL) admitted, for the first time, the possibility of the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) making him ineligible.
Justice Alexandre de Moraes heads the TSE.
When talking to supporters last Tuesday (14), Bolsonaro cited developments in the TSE inquiry investigating a meeting between the former president and 40 ambassadors in July 2022.
In the meeting, the former president presented weaknesses of the electronic ballot boxes and denounced the actions of the TSE to cover up flaws in the electoral system.
Bolsonaro was accused of . . .