Tuesday, June 20, 2006

The CNE and futbol/soccer/football

In its inimitable way Tal Cual cartoonist Weil imagines what would be a Venezuelan Rules Football game with the CNE as the umpire and rules setter.

In case an accidental chavista supporter reads this post, the cartoon is a clear allusion as how the refusal of the CNE to have a REAL audit of the Electoral Registry (REP) is affecting the electoral scene. No matter how you compete against chavismo, if you do not have access to the electoral registry (access that chavismo amply possesses), you have all but zero chances to win the game. It is the same as the CNE deciding how many players can each side field.

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