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Bolsonaro denounces blackmail after his print vote defeat

Bolsonaro denounces blackmail after his print vote defeat

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Jair Bolsonaro spoke of “blackmail” after the House of Representatives rejected his bill to abolish the electronic voting system. The head of state defends the need to move to print voting, alleging the possibility of fraud in the 2022 presidential election, where he will seek re-election. Ryo, recalled the vote of deputies. He said that despite his loss, Bolsonaro was able to put the issue at the center of the debate. Indeed, a potential presidential candidate for next year’s election, former President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva (2003-2010), declared that in the fraud case, Bolsonaro is “a confusion like that of Trump in the United States.” The project to replace the current electronic system was defeated by a printed vote of 229 to 218. 64 deputies did not turn up to vote, which prevented the government from reaching the required majority of 308 votes out of a total of 513 votes, and the vote was preceded by a military parade where tanks and armored vehicles passed through the Capitol and the Federal Supreme Court. Bolsonaro led the event on a tour that for the first time, in conjunction with the vote, passed through Parliament. For the analyst it was a “new step towards symbolism” that shows “strengths and weaknesses” in the midst of a complex scenario in the South American giant. In this edition of En Órbita, we also cover – among other topics – an interview with attorney Juan Manuel Martinez, of the Coalition Against the Involvement of Children and Adolescents in the Armed Conflict in Colombia, regarding the recruitment of some 19,000 minors by the FARC guerrilla between 1996 and 2016 As well as Russia’s announcement that the Sputnik V vaccine is 83% effective against the delta variant of the coronavirus. In Uruguay, En Órbita is broadcast on Radio M24 (frequency 97.9 from Montevideo and 102.5 from Maldonado), Mondays and Wednesdays at 7:00 pm and Saturdays at 12 pm in Bolivia, on Radio Illimani – Patria Nueva (94.3 FM all-country and 93.7 FM in Cochabamba), from Monday to Friday from 4 to 5 hours. On Radio Kawsachun Coca (FM 99.1 from Cochabamba and FM 99.9 Trópico), from 10 pm to 11 pm in Argentina, on Radio del Plata (AM 1030), Saturday from 8 am to 9 pm.

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The President of the Republic attacked the deputies after their rejection of the constitutional reform that promoted the abolition of electronic voting. En Orbita spoke with Brazil-based Argentine political scientist Andres del Rio.

Jair Bolsonaro talked about “blackmail” After the House of Representatives rejected his bill Elimination of the electronic voting system. The head of state defends the necessity of moving to printed voting, claiming that it is possible forgery In the 2022 presidential election, where he will seek re-election.

in conversation with in orbit The Argentine political scientist based in Brazil, Andres del Rio, referred to the vote by deputies. He said that despite the loss, Bolsonaro was able to put the issue at the center of the debate.

In fact, the likely presidential candidate for next year’s elections, former President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva (2003-2010), announced that regarding the fraud case, Bolsonaro announced It is ‘as confusion as Trump in the United States“.

“Bolsonaro was showing that delegitimizing the political process for the 2022 elections, and putting the issue of fraud, are central to his idea. (…) By the number of votes in favor of his proposal, we see that Bolsonaro has lawmakers to avoid and stop any motivation Isolate against him.”

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The project to replace the current electronic system with a printed voting system was defeated by 229 votes to 218. 64 deputies did not participate in the vote, which prevented the government from reaching the required majority of 308 votes out of a total of 513 votes.

The vote was preceded by a military parade as tanks and armored vehicles passed through the Capitol and the Federal Supreme Court. Bolsonaro led event In a trip that passed for the first time in conjunction with the vote through Parliament.

For the analyst it was a “new step towards symbolism” that shows “strengths and weaknesses” in the midst of a complex scenario in the South American giant.

In this edition of in orbit We also had – among other topics – an interview with lawyer Juan Manuel Martinez, of the Coalition Against the Involvement of Children and Adolescents in the Armed Conflict in Colombia, regarding Nearly 19,000 minors recruited by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia Between 1996 and 2016. As well as Russia’s announcement that the Sputnik V vaccine is 83% effective against delta variable from the Corona virus.

in Uruguay, in orbit It is broadcast on Radio M24 (frequency 97.9 from Montevideo and 102.5 from Maldonado), Monday and Wednesday at 7:00 pm and Saturday at 12 noon. In Bolivia, on Radio Illimani – Patria Nueva (94.3 FM for all country and 93.7 FM in Cochabamba), Monday to Friday from 4 to 5 hours. On Radio Kawsachun Coca (FM 99.1 from Cochabamba and FM 99.9 Trópico), from 10 pm to 11 pm.

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In Argentina, on Radio del Plata (AM 1030), on Saturdays from 8 to 9 hours.