Institutions support electoral rights

Institutions support electoral rights


Several bodies working in the fields of elections and castes announced their support for electoral rights, especially regarding ballot boxes and the guarantee of fair elections in 2022. The OAB (Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil) emphasized that it “reaffirms its confidence in the Brazilian elections . system, in Electoral Law and in the electronic voting system adopted in our country, internationally recognized as good and reliable”. ABRADEP (College of Electoral and Political Laws of Brazil) highlighted that “the electronic voting system it is something that can and should be investigated by the public, as long as this debate, which is legitimate, is carried out responsibly and rationally”.

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The following agencies issued Public Statements in support of Suffrage:
1) National OAB
2) IAB: Brazilian Institute of Lawyers
3) CONDEGE: National Council of Defenders and Chief Public Defenders
4) AMB: Association of Brazilian Magistrates
5) AJUFE: Association of Brazilian Federal Judges
6) CONSEPRE: Council of Presidents of Brazilian Courts of Justice
7) ANPR: National Association of Public Prosecutors
8) ABRADEP: Brazilian Academy of Electoral and Political Law
9) MCCE: Movement Against Electoral Corruption
10) ANAMATRA: National Association of Labor Judges
11) IBRADE: Institute of Electoral Law of Brazil
12) IASP: Institute of Lawyers of São Paulo
13) National Federation of Brazilian Bar Associations
14) AMAPAR: Association of Magistrates of Paraná
15) ABJD: Brazilian Lawyers Association for Democracy
16) FD/UFPR: Law School of the Federal University of Paraná
17) FRENTAS/RS: Associative Front for the Judiciary and the Public Ministry/RS
18) The institution does not accept bribery
19) AMATRA IV: Association of Labor Rights Magistrates of Region 4
20) AJUFE/RGS: Association of Federal Judges of Rio Grande do Sul
21) AMP/RS: Public Ministry Association of Rio Grande do Sul
22) AJURIS: Association of Judges of Rio Grande do Sul
23) IBRADE: Institute of Electoral Law of Brazil
24) Deputy Attorney Generals of the Republic (signed by 21 members)
25) AASP: São Paulo Bar Association
26) CONAMP: National Association of Members of the Public Ministry
27) FD/UFMG: School of Law of the Federal University of Minas Gerais
28) REC (Catholic University of Pernambuco)
29) ABCP: Brazilian Political Science Association
30) ANPOCS: National Association for Graduate Studies and Research in the Social Sciences
31) SBS: Brazilian Sociological Society
32) ABA: Brazilian Association of Anthropology
33) ADPF: National Association of Federal Police Members
34) APCF: National Association of Federal Criminal Practitioners
35) FENADEPOL: National Federation of Federal Police Members
36) CONPEDI: National Council for Research and Graduate Studies in Law
37) CNDH: National Council of Human Rights
38) PFDC/MPF: Attorney General for Civil Rights/MPF
39) DNDH/DPU: National Human Rights Defender/DPU
40) CDHM: Commission on Human and Minority Rights of the Chamber of Deputies
41) APAMAGIS: Association of Magistrates of São Paulo
42) ABC: Brazilian Academy of Sciences
43) CNPG: National Council of Attorney Generals and Public Prosecutors of the Union
44) Judicial Human Rights Monitoring Unit (CNJ)
45) FENAJUFE
46) COPY
47) TCU
48) ANDIFES (National Association of Directors of Federal Institutions of Higher Education)
49) Paraná College of Legal Letters
50) APUFPR
51) Democracy Agreement
52) Now
53) MNMMP (National Movement of Women in the Public Ministry)
54) CCNS (Centre for Constitutional Studies)
55) IPRADE (Electoral Law Institute in Paraná)
56) Right Group