"A big disappointment". Thus he described the Government of Nicolás Maduro "disqualifications and value judgments" poured by the Spanish Foreign Ministry against a "process with full guarantees of a vibrant democracy". An "unfortunate folded pronouncement to the interests of Washington, whose supremacist government has as the sole objective of maintaining the agenda of aggression against Venezuela," said the chancellery in a statement.
The Bolivarian Revolution exhorted Madrid to rectify "that exhausted position condemned to the most resounding of failures", in the first Chavista reaction while waiting for the final pronouncement of Nicolás Maduro. The Spanish statement fell as a bomb within the Government by its strength, by ensuring that the local elections last Sunday "did not meet democratic expectations."
Chavismo argued that the statements of Madrid go to a relese of the affirmed by their "hundred international observers", a small group of unconditional allies of the Revolution who attended the Electoral Day invited by Maduro. The main figure of these venuers was José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, who counted in Caracas with the support of Juan Carlos Purse, founder of we can, and the Communist Eurodiputate Manu Pineda. All of them "have qualified the Venezuelan electoral system as one of the most modern and reliable in the world," the chancellery said.
Less formal was Diosdado Hair, Number Two of the Revolution, which lashed with Saña against "Queen Isabel", in reference to the Eurodiputada Portuguese Isabel Pedrosa, at the forefront of the Electoral Observation Mission of the European Union (EU), to whom He also described as imperialist, racist and liar. A mission made up of "stupid," the former president of the Constituent Assembly, who was not satisfied only with the insults and also threatened Roberto Picón, one of the new rectors of the National Electoral Council (CNE): "I do not know what you are going to do when Isabel Santos is not ".
Despite having the "Best Electoral System of the World", the CNE does not dare for a winner to give the opponent, who would have imposed Argenis Chávez, brother of the "Supreme Commander" in an emblematic territory governed for two decades by The Chávez family.
Both the CNE and those who defend the small electoral advances are faced with a real test of fire. "The regime refuses to accept that they are a minority in Barinas, without popular support, in a state that they considered Bastion of Chavismo," he denounced Guide.
"The regime is metabolizing the defeat in Barinas or is trying to steal the election, we must press until they give the results," said Stalin González, ancient deputy that accompanies Henrique Capriles in the leadership of those who bet on the urnas revolution.
"Viva Chávez, live the triumph of the Revolution!" He celebrated Argenis Chávez, ignoring the hundreds of people who manifested themselves in front of the local headquarters of the CNE. Both and others know that the four-day delay in decreeing a victor is not due to technical aspects: between both candidates they just reach 200,000 votes.Updated Date: 25 November 2021, 21:58