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Authorities present Brazilian electronic voting system in event in Chile

The Minister of the Superior Electoral Court (TSE), Admar Gonzaga, and the General Secretary of the Court, Carlos Von Vieira Adamek, participated, soon after the 2nd round of the 2014 general elections, in the 12th Conference of the Inter-American Union of Electoral Organisms (UNIORE). The event was held in the capital of Chile, Santiago.
With the topic “Direct Democracy Mechanisms for better Citizen Participation”, representatives of 31 electoral organizations, of 24 countries of Latin America, including Caribbean, exchanged experiences concerning the respective electoral processes.
At such time, the fact that there had recently been the election dispute in Brazil caused participants of the event to be curious about such dispute. The Minister and the General Secretary presented the Brazilian electronic voting system. According to the Minister, “all participants were very impressed by the swiftness, safety and, above all, by our willingness to have a safe electoral registration, and now by the biometric system that creates more safety”.
For the Minister, “the position of Brazil of showing in UNIORE the great achievement that is our electoral system was extremely interesting”.
During the ceremony, there was also exchange of term of office of the President of UNIORE, transferred from Dominican Republic to Chile.
The next Conference of the Inter-American Union of Electoral Organisms is expected to take place in Paraguay, in 2016.

The Minister of the Superior Electoral Court (TSE), Admar Gonzaga, and the General Secretary of the Court, Carlos Von Vieira Adamek, participated, soon after the 2nd round of the 2014 general elections, in the 12th Conference of the Inter-American Union of Electoral Organisms (UNIORE). The event was held in the capital of Chile, Santiago.

With the topic “Direct Democracy Mechanisms for better Citizen Participation”, representatives of 31 electoral organizations, of 24 countries of Latin America, including Caribbean, exchanged experiences concerning the respective electoral processes.

At such time, the fact that there had recently been the election dispute in Brazil caused participants of the event to be curious about such dispute. The Minister and the General Secretary presented the Brazilian electronic voting system. According to the Minister, “all participants were very impressed by the swiftness, safety and, above all, by our willingness to have a safe electoral registration, and now by the biometric system that creates more safety”.

For the Minister, “the position of Brazil of showing in UNIORE the great achievement that is our electoral system was extremely interesting”.

During the ceremony, there was also exchange of term of office of the President of UNIORE, transferred from Dominican Republic to Chile.

The next Conference of the Inter-American Union of Electoral Organisms is expected to take place in Paraguay, in 2016.