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Sunday, December 12, 2004
The Romanian Central Election Bureau (a.k.a BEC) has alerted the Ministry of Internal Affairs after being signaled by the Romanian Ambassy in Libia about some news that said that "In order to avoid over-crowding, the Romanians that intend to vote for mr. Basescu to go to vote on Sunday, while the other to go and vote on Monday."
Obviously, this was a joke that was forwarded through SMS by thousands of people (specially youngsters) in Romania.
Another joke was a different SMS that said: "If you vote with Bombo (a.k.a), I will emigrate in Congo", that was heavily forwarded before the first elections tour, two weeks ago.
Seems that BEC is very busy investigating SMS jokes instead of doing their job they are supposed to do (remember the LOUSY explanations they gave for the frauds in the first electiouns tour).
Posted by Mihai Botea : 12/12/2004 03:43:00 pm
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