Brazil's Bolsonaro says he won't hand over presidency if there is vote fraud

Brazil's Bolsonaro says he won't hand over presidency if there is vote fraud
Brazil's Bolsonaro says he won't hand over presidency if there is vote fraud

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Since his 2018 election victory, Bolsonaro has made baseless allegations of voter fraud in Brazil. — Reuters pic

RIO DE JANEIRO, July 2 ― Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said yesterday he would hand over power to whoever wins next year's presidential election cleanly ― but not if there is any fraud.

His comments will do little to dispel the concerns of his critics, who fear that the far-right former army captain will not accept any election loss in next year's vote. Bolsonaro is almost certain to face his political nemesis, former leftist President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Polls show Lula ahead.

“I'll hand over the presidential sash to whoever wins the election cleanly,” Bolsonaro said in a weekly address via social media. “Not with fraud.”

Since his 2018 election victory, Bolsonaro has made baseless allegations of voter fraud in Brazil, which critics say could lay the groundwork to challenge upcoming elections in the same vein as his political idol, former US President Donald .

Bolsonaro backed Trump's claims of a stolen election last year, which culminated in a deadly January 6 assault on the Capitol building in Washington by Trump supporters.

In recent months, Bolsonaro has been touting a bill for printed ballots rather than Brazil's modern computer voting. He has said the printed ballots will be easier to audit, and are thus more likely to avoid fraud. Few experts agree, and the bill has yet to gain much traction in Congress.

Yesterday, Bolsonaro said he was “alerting” people about the possibility of problems if the current electronic system remains in place.

“The people won't accept it,” he said.

Bolsonaro also said his government was in talks about extending an emergency coronavirus aid package for two or three more months. ― Reuters

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