Hungary day ahead for Jack

Works Minister Jack Warner will be focused on today’s CFU elections in Budapest, Hungary and with good reason.

Warner went to great lengths to ensure that Harold Taylor is allowed to run for CFU president although he moved his former colleague from a lesser post, seven years ago, on the grounds that he was too old.

No one has actually seen Taylor’s birth paper but a best case scenario puts the veteran administration at 79, which is approximately two decades older than his challengers. Taylor, it seems, ages like fine wine.

Wired868 cannot confirm that, just to be sure, Warner plans to phone his buddy today to remind him of why he is in Hungary.

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