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“I'm taking a shower”: conventional Nicolás Núñez voted while taking a bath

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Chile's conventional Digno, Nicolás Núñez, voted on Monday in the Environment committee while he was bathing, something he declared in the instance, amid the laughs of the rest of the members of the instance.
3 months ago·Chile

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“I'm taking a shower”: conventional Nicolás Núñez voted while taking a bath

Chile's conventional Digno, Nicolás Núñez, voted on Monday in the Environment committee while he was bathing, something he declared in the instance, amid the laughs of the rest of the members of the instance.

3 months ago·Chile
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From the shower! Conventional Nicolás Núñez votes in committee while bathing

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“I'm taking a shower”: Conventional asked to vote out loud for an unusual reason

Conventional Nicolás Núñez (FRVS) requested a live vote -remotely- during the Environment committee of the Constitutional Convention for an unusual reason: he was taking a shower. “Mr. Secretary. Can I cast my vote loud? I'm taking a shower,” he was heard saying during the session. The secretary allowed him to defray...

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VIDEO: Conventional Nicolás Nuñez voted on an article while he was in the shower washing his coconuts

These are the things that are sinking the Convention. If it were an isolated incident, it would pass as “size”, but if every day we have incidents like this, it takes away all the credibility of the convention. And that is a serious problem, because even if they present the best constitution in the world, many people will vote rejection simply because they don't like who wrote it. Only today did we have incenses and now this... Not only does …

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