Primero Justicia leader Henrique Capriles on Wednesday asked the opposition to mobilize in the face of the December 6 general election and criticized Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó for “playing online to become president”. while the country must be saved.
“Politics that are not made on the basis of reality ends up in the air and is abstract as most people perceive it today,” said Capriles during a speech that was broadcast on his social networks.
“I call on the country to mobilize and fight. We know how to do it. We will not withdraw, we will neither give Maduro the National Assembly, nor will we ever give him anything,” said Capriles.
The one who was opposition candidate for the presidency in Venezuela up to two times has returned to the front row of the political scene by force and distances himself from Juan Guaidó, who had so far proven to be the maximum representative of the opposition and who supported the boycott of the opposition parliamentary elections on 6th of December.