Tuesday, June 20, 2006

What's good for the goose is good for the gander 

There is a very interesting little post over at Lubrio blog entitled "Lets fix our University before it screws up the country". It turns out that the Universidad Central de Venezuela, the same ones who would pretend to audit the Venezuelan governments electoral registry and give lessons on how things should be done have their own issues. For example, while they insist that the national voting process be manual or that all the paper ballots emitted by the compture be counted the University itself uses, you guessed it, a computerized voting system and doesn't bother to count the paper ballots.

Morever, as is rather comically pointed out, the University doesn't have international observers nor the audits that the National Electoral Council has. I guess the opposition is composed of people who are too important to be bothered to follow the rules they insist upon for others.


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