The Venezuelan opposition, led by Juan Guaidó, on Tuesday set conditions for participation in the next elections to be “free, fair and verifiable”, which implies, among other things, an “independent” National Electoral Council (CNE).
The main Venezuelan opposition parties, including the so-called G-4s that make up Voluntad Popular, Primero Justicia, Acción Democrática and Un Nuevo Tiempo, said in a statement “what are the minimum and basic conditions necessary to be able to participate in real free elections?” “. fair and verifiable. “
To make them “free”, they “demanded the full participation of all political parties” with their “natural leadership and the use of their symbols, colors and goods” and “the cessation of disqualifications, prosecution and” prison “of its members.
In this sense, they also called for “restoring the right to vote for all Venezuelans, including those who had to emigrate”, ie “a reliable and verified electoral register”, and “ensuring that the vote can be carried out without free” coercion or intimidation. “