The Electoral Code is the law that governs the elections and expresses, in detail, the rights and obligations of candidates and voters. It is available free of charge on the website of the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) and can be consulted by any citizen. The legislation was published in July 1965, but other supplementary laws bring updates on the subject and can also be found at the same web address.
If you find something on the election campaign that is not in accordance with the law, you can file a complaint through an Internet tool, also available from TSE. Thus, voters can help maintain democracy in the elections - the next ones take place on October 7. In the following tutorial, check how to access the Electoral Code and complementary legislation applicable to the 2018 Elections in the TSE. The procedure can be done in any browser, such as Google Chrome and Firefox.
READ: Facebook wins role to make elections more transparent
Learn how to consult the Electoral Code on the TSE website
Want to buy cell phone, TV and other discount products? Know the Compare
Step 1. Go to the TSE website (tse.jus.br) and open the "Legal area" menu at the top of the screen. Then click on "Annotated Election Code and Complementary Legislation";
Access the Electoral Code on the website of the Superior Electoral Court
Step 2. Scroll down the page to the topic "General Legislation" and click on the item "Electoral Code";
Open the Electoral Code, available in the area of legislation available on the TSE website
Step 3. You can open the complete Code by clicking on the law number or accessing specific parts with the links below;
Access the complete Electoral Code or specific articles from the TSE website
Step 4. In the left sidebar, it is possible to access the complementary legislation to the Electoral Code and the legislation compiled per year;
Legislation complementary to the Electoral Code is also available on the TSE website
Step 5. Remember that in any browser, you can use the shortcut "Ctrl + F" to search for specific terms within the text on the page.
Use your browser's search to find specific terms in the documents posted on the TSE website
Ready. Take advantage of the tip and see the Electoral Code to get your questions answered before the 2018 Elections.
Are electronic ballot votes really secret? You can not reply to this topic