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Australia, Japan and other countries end Brazil's presidential election;  See how it went - Election 2022

Australia, Japan and other countries end Brazil’s presidential election; See how it went – Election 2022

Voters began voting at 8 am (Brasilia time) this Sunday (2) in Brazil, however, in countries located in Asia and Oceania Voting is over Because of the time difference. According to unofficial data, the candidate Luiz InĂ¡cio Lula da Silva (PT) was chosen by the majority of Brazilians residing abroad. President Jair Bolsonaro (PL), who is seeking re-election, has been a favorite in at least one of the countries.

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An electronic voting machine with polling workers in the background during elections in Brazil

In the Chinese cities In Beijing and Shanghai, the Workers’ Party took advantage of the dispute over the Planalto Palace. in Tokyo, Japanese capitalAccording to the information in the portal, the majority of votes are in favor of the continuation of the current presidency moneytimes.

In Oceania, Lula was also the most voted in in Wellington, New Zealand and the Australian capital, Canberra. In Southeast Asia, the former president was a favorite of the Brazilians based in Singapore.

Time zone differences

In these countries was voted in Same time as Brazil, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Sunday, but with each location’s timezone following. Due to the difference, which can be up to an additional 12 hours – that is, while it is 8 am here, and in Japan it is already 8 pm – it is possible to access results at each polling station from the ballot papers issued by the polls.

These results are consistent with the relevant consulates and embassies general adviceas happens in Brazilian electoral colleges.

The result is not official

Data released so far Unofficial, since the official result will only be counted in the vote count, which begins after 17:00 (Brasilia time), according to the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE). At that time, the court system’s security protocols will be able to confirm the information.

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