Sunday, May 30, 2004

Salvaging the Recall Election in Venezuela
Third day, third report, a claim of victory.

As I am typing, Enrique Mendoza is announcing that the opposition has managed to validate enough signatures to force a call for the Recall Election. He also announced that so far 26 illegal searches have been taking place today, with the state police trying to seed the information centers with fake ID and what not. To be continued.

Before I post this, Rodriguez just came out to threaten people that will dare to give earlier results. He seems rather upset. Because his side lost? Because their cover up is blown away? Because rules were broken? By whom?

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