The Economist cartoon competition lasts a week, and runs in two phases. During the first phase we invite readers to create cartoons by adding speech bubbles to our drawing. You may create as many cartoons as you like, and your entries will appear in our gallery. Please keep them clean—we will delete cartoons that spoil our fun. In the second phase The Economist’s editors shortlist the best entries, and invite readers to vote for a favourite. The winner is announced at the end of that week. He or she will receive a framed print of the cartoon.
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