This Financial Times piece can’t get worked up over a revelation that, two weeks ago, would’ve caused an uproar.
“Diplomats say that a sampling of the disputed signatures, carried out by the Organisation of American States, found that 93 per cent were valid.”
Now you understand why the government didn’t accept the sampling methodology.
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