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Mexican party rapped for wraps in tortilla election row
JAY GORY, MANAGING EDITOR, odd news
Struggling to catch up with the longtime front-runner, the two chasing parties in Mexico's presidential election have become embroiled in a spat over wrapping used to sell tortillas, the popular flatbread made for tacos. In an "extraordinary urgent session," Mexico's electoral authority ordered the center-right National Action Party (PAN) to stop wrapping tortillas with campaign slogans after the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) called foul. A thin, unleavened bread usually made of corn, tortillas are ubiquitous in Mexico, which will elect a record number of candidates, including the president, on July 1. read more
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