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The opposition consultation begins in response to the Venezuelan legislatures

Caracas, Dec 7 (EFE) .- The popular consultation in response to the Venezuelan legislative elections held yesterday began this Monday with the issuance of the first wills and an “incredible virtual participation”, according to the opposition leader Juan Guaidó, the main convener of this mechanism, in which you can vote, via the internet, from 00:00 local time (4:00 GMT). “At this time there is an incredible participation through the remote mechanisms that have been arranged for the consultation, much higher than what we expected, by the way,” said Guaidó, current president of Parliament, during a press conference when offering the first report on this query. “We have absolute confidence (that citizens) are going to participate and (are going to) mobilize,” added the opponent, whom fifty countries recognize as the interim president of the South American nation. Yesterday, Chavismo firmly won the parliamentary elections for the five-year period 2021-2026, an event that was not attended by the traditional leaders of the opposition who are grouped under the figure of Guaidó, considering that there were not enough guarantees for a fair election. After these results, the opposition leader said that, far from strengthening, the Government of Nicolás Maduro is “weakening” in view of the criticism of the elections, marked by high abstention. Guaidó proposed weeks ago a popular consultation – which will be held from this Monday until next Saturday – in which citizens are asked if they reject the elections in which Chavismo, which has governed since 1999, took control of Parliament, who will take office on January 5, the date on which the new legislature will be established (2016-2021). Likewise, it questions them if they demand “the cessation of the usurpation of the Presidency by Nicolás Maduro and call for the holding of free, fair and verifiable presidential and parliamentary elections.” Finally, the third point asks the Venezuelans if they “order” to take the necessary steps before the international community to activate cooperation, support and assistance that allow them to rescue “democracy,” address the humanitarian crisis and protect the people from crimes of It hurts humanity”. The three questions were approved by the opposition majority in Parliament in mid-November and, to them, citizens will be able to answer “yes” or “no”. Guaidó also said this Monday that he predicts a high participation in the consultation as “a response of the people of Venezuela” to the crisis that the country is going through, and for which the opponent holds the Government of Nicolás Maduro responsible, while pointing out that it will remain “in resistance, in struggle (and) offering solutions”. (c) EFE Agency

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