Supreme Electoral Court (Brazil)


Supreme Electoral Court (Brazil)

The Supreme Electoral court (Portuguese:" [Tribunal Superior Eleitoral] ") is the highest body of the Brazilian Electoral Court. There are also Regional Electoral Courts ("Tribunal Regional Eleitoral") and Electoral Registry offices spread throughout Brazil.

External links

* [http://www.tse.gov.br/ Official Site]


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