Among the points under discussion is the expenditure of BRL 196 with sticker printing which has not been proven
the minister Ricardo Lewandowskiof the Higher Electoral Tribunal (TSE), has set a deadline for three days for the campaign of President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) to explain the expenses during the presidential elections which amount to BRL 620 thousand🇧🇷
“The Council for the Examination of Electoral and Party Accounts – Asepa, in examining the accounts of elected candidates, has identified accountability gaps and suggests the adoption of due diligence to account providers”, says the minister of the decision, which also mentions the vice-president-elect, Gerald Alckmin (PSB).
According to Power at 360º, one of the disputed points relates to an expense of BRL 196 with sticker printing not duly proven. There is also the amount of R$ 146 thousand also used for the printing of graphic material without installment registration.
The investigation also speaks of 70,000 reais used to “increase irregular content”, in addition to airline tickets (24,000 reais) and daily rates (3,800 reais) which would have been “doubled in the showdown”.
In this regard, Lula’s campaign said that questions raised by the TSE would be answered within the set deadline.