Brazil: Bolsonaro on trial over electoral fraud claims
25 June 2023 | 1:24 pm
In 2022, former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro held a meeting with foreign diplomats in which he claimed voting machines were susceptible to electoral fraud, which prosecutors argue constituted an abuse of office.
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