9 Dec, 2014 @ 10:08
1 min read

In the dog house

It’s admirable that in the light of recent corruption scandals, the national ruling PP party is trying to make itself more transparent.

The party recently tried to appear more accessible to voters by having the suitability of their political candidates questioned on TV.

But maybe they should have warned Mariola Vargas that using a racist term like ‘perra judia’ (Jewish dog) when explaining why she’s the right choice for mayor of Collada Villaba, near Madrid, wasn’t the most advisable campaign strategy.

She was right about one thing, she’s definitely not ordinary!


Rob Horgan

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