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As signaled here previously, fear of a possible annulment of the Bolsonaro-Mourao ticket at the electoral court (TSE), albeit serious from a cursory look, did not justify veiled threats by top-brass military presidential advisors of “institutional instability” – widely read as an Armed Forces-backed takeover of the government. This week one of six cases against the ticket in the court was shelved (relating to the illegal use of outdoor public advertisements during the 2018 campaign); this reveals the difficulty in establishing the true effects of any wrongdoing on the election results. T
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