The Chavista movements have formalized their candidacies for the parliamentary elections on December 6th on Thursday and are confident that they can “save” the National Assembly from the hands of an opposition that is increasingly divided to exclude participation in the next elections.
The great patriotic Simón Bolívar Pole, with the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) as its main sponsor, faces elections with no major rivals, which the current President of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, classifies as a “farce”.
PSUV Vice-President Diosdado Cabello has assumed that the parliamentary majority, which will begin in January, “will work for the people and will not think about looking for abbreviations in the constitution to follow the orders of the United States and imperialism to carry out “, alluding to the opposition led by Guaidó.
Cabello has warned that on December 6th Chavismo will teach “a great lesson” to “the national and international opposition” in what he has accused of unwillingness to accept the rules proposed by the National Electoral Council (CNE). controlled by allies of the government of Nicolás Maduro.