The self-proclaimed President of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, defended the option to boycott the parliamentary elections called for December 6 this Friday, saying that the opposite was “to surrender to the goal”.
“To reduce our request would mean to please the oppressor and surrender to the goal,” Guaidó said in an interview with Cadena Ser, in which he realized that “the regime held onto power and faced the pressures and pressures the citizen opposed. International “.
Guaidó has argued that “the majority of Venezuelans want alternatives” and added that, in the face of the elections, the goal is to “achieve a printing process that will lead to free, fair and verifiable elections”.
With that in mind, he has assured that the option of giving in is “not in sight for Venezuelans, knowing that there is a country with great potential and opportunities”. “We have to fight until we get there,” he said.