Brazil is the largest extra-European Union community in Portugal, according to 2020 data from the SEF – Foreigners and Borders Service
A little more than five thousand Brazilians can vote in the municipal changes this Sunday (26). This number represents only 2.9% of Brazilians living in Portugal, but represents 35.27% of voters outside the European Union. In news published today in the newspaper 360 power (Brazil), it is mentioned that Portugal currently elects mayors – equivalent to mayors in Brazil – as well as councilors and parish council presidents (designated as sub-mayors in Brazil).
Brazil, according to news from 360 power, is the largest community outside the European Union in Portugal. SEF data from 2020, the latest available, revealing that 183,993 Brazilians live regularly in Portugal – not counting those who have nationalized in some European Union country. Brazilians represent 27.8% of the total of 662,095 foreigners in Portugal.
To power360, the Ministry of Internal Administration (MAI) informed that “there are 5,353 citizens of Brazilian nationality registered in the Portuguese Electoral Census and who can vote supra Municipal.