Not surprisingly: The map of Venezuela is red.On the occasion of the regional elections on Sunday, November 21, Venezuela’s United Socialist Party (PSUV) did win Twenty of the 23 states and the capital, Caracas, belong to the female Carmen Meléndez.
Not surprisingly, abstention was the main figure on the day, with 58% of voters staying at home. However, this time, people are eagerly looking forward to the number: the vote does mark the return of the opposition parties that boycotted the 2018 presidential election and 2020 members of Congress. But the radical right Machado, represented by Leopoldo Lopez and Maria Corina, continued to abstain. “The question is, by voting, have we accelerated the downfall of the regime or, conversely, have we postponed it because we have legitimized it”, Tweeted MI Machado Sunday morning. As an opposition figure on the international stage, Juan Guaido maintained an ambiguous position throughout the campaign.
The result was announced at midnight after the polling station was closed and 90.21% of the votes were counted. The other results—namely the names of 334 mayors and more than 2,500 councillors—are not communicated, except for Caracas.
“No serious accident”
“This day happened in peace, and there was no serious incident that harmed democratic voting”, Pedro Calzadilla, chairman of the National Election Commission, said before announcing the results. Earlier today, Isabel Santos, head of the EU Observer Mission, also welcomed the voting. This visit is the first time it has appeared in fifteen years, and it is one of the pledges made by the opposition to vote. The task is scheduled to submit a preliminary report on Tuesday.
Before the camera accompanying him to vote at the Fuerte Tiuna Military Base School in Caracas, President Nicolas Maduro admitted that the mission of the European Union is “End here” so far. A few hours ago, the head of state strongly recalled that Venezuela is a sovereign country and no one can learn a lesson.
On this sunny Sunday morning, voters did not quarrel in front of the Caracas polling station. Located in two streets of Plaza de France in the elegant district of Altamira, the 27-year-old Simon came in in a jogging suit: “I voted because voting is a right. He explained. Because this is the only way to let Nicolas Maduro know that Venezuela is upset. ”
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