Controversy Departure from Venezuela from European observers

The Venezuelan authorities have decided not to renew the visas from several members of the Electoral Observation Mission of the European Union (MOE EU), accused

Controversy Departure from Venezuela from European observers

The Venezuelan authorities have decided not to renew the visas from several members of the Electoral Observation Mission of the European Union (MOE EU), accused by Nicolás Maduro of being a spies sent to "stain" their elections.

It would not be treated therefore of an expulsion, as propagated in the last hours, since the official permanence ended next Sunday. A part of the MOE believed it appropriate to extend their work until 13 this month, but they did not get the approval of the authorities.

"The members of the MOE EU will effectively leave Caracas on December 5," they confirmed the world so as not to put fuel to fire.

Despite the attacks carried out since Bolivarian Power, the MOE plans to "return to Venezuela at the beginning of 2022 to present its final report and its recommendations according to our methodology and provisions of the Administrative Agreement," added sources of the mission to this newspaper .

The preliminary report of the EU fell as a bomb in Bolivarian Power, seeing the multiple traps of the electoral architecture of Chavismo, beyond having the "most independent electoral administration in 20 years". "Acts that have no place in a democratic process" range from arbitrary disabling candidates, non-adherence to the rule of law, indiscriminate use of public funds, the suspension of the most recognized leaders, the establishment of "red points "Near the electoral centers, the aggressions to observers and, among others, the lack of independence of the judiciary. It was precisely this element used again to twist the will of voters.

Josep Borrell, High Representative of the EU, came out in defense of his mission and stressed that "they are neither spies nor electoral police". "Send this mission was a controversial decision. However, I am convinced that it will help help find a solution to the Venezuelan crisis through political dialogue," said the European Chancellor.

The penultimate meeting of the Europeans was held with Freddy Superlano, the winning candidate who triumphed into Barinas, a crib of the Revolution, a victory frustrated by force after ordering the Supreme Court of mature the repetition of the elections on January 9. Elections to Governor in which the winner can not be presented, disted again by Chavismo, and to which the defeated Chavista candidate will not attend, Argenis Chávez, one of the small brothers of the "Supreme Commander".

The opposition has summoned a march for tomorrow Saturday in Barinas, when there are only a few hours to choose which candidate to face the official.

Updated Date: 03 December 2021, 22:28

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