Voting for the Brazilian general elections in Lisbon has been extended until 8 pm this Sunday, announced the Brazilian consul in the Portuguese capital, Wladimir Waller, at a time when large turnout continues.
“With authorization from the Supreme Electoral Court (STE), the voting period in Lisbon was extended until 8 pm”, because of the number of people still in line to vote at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, Wladimir Waller told journalists. .
Voting for Brazil’s general elections starts at 8 am and the polls close at 5 pm.
At around 4:45 pm, according to data released by the consul, there were around 4,000 people in line to vote.
Wladimir Waller said that, at 20:00, a new situation will be made.