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DAY OF REFLECTION

DAY OF REFLECTION

Did you know that only in Argentina, Chile and Spain exists the day of reflection before general elections?

Countries such as Germany, UUEE, and the United Kingdom among others there is no legislation therefore it is possible to continue the electoral campaign since the very last minute…

In e-lecciones generales, you cannot avoid it. Well, you will want to but if you happen to have that card – which you are going to mandatory show in the centre of the table- you will see how other people continue with their conquests while you are penalised one turn without playing… therefore you should reflect!!!

*e-lecciones generales* now available in https://www.verkami.com/projects/24809-e-lecciones-generales

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