Venezuelan opponent Henrique Capriles has assured that he does not yet know whether he will vote in the general election on December 6, which was boycotted by most of the opposition, but he has reiterated the need “not to give up without fighting.” have “, and reminded of this unit” It should not appear in a photo. “
Capriles spoke in an interview with the medium Efecto Cocuyo about the recent controversy, in which he has insisted that “the country is not currently thinking of female parliamentarians”, partly because of the coronavirus pandemic. “I don’t know if I will vote on December 6th,” he said.
“What I ask of people is not to end these discussions. I invite not to give up without having fought. I am not suggesting that people go to the vote. I suggest that there is a fight” said Capriles, also pointing out that “no one can ignore that the National Assembly is the only legitimate power” in Venezuela.
He has therefore urged the opposition not to surrender and “fight” for the conditions for fair elections. Capriles recently wrote a letter urging the European Union to send observers after the Maduro government shook hands with both that bloc and the United Nations.