Nicolás Maduro argued that “Chávezism” has won a “good victory”, “the entire map is clearly drawn”, and then called for dialogue and emphasized the need to “continue to learn from the people”
Madrid. (European media). Miguel Diaz-Canel, President of Cuba, congratulated Nicolas Maduro, Venezuelan President on Monday for the victory of his party and allies in the South American regional and municipal elections. nation.
In this sense, Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodríguez expressed to Havana “congratulations to the people and government of Venezuela, especially to President Nicolas Maduro and the great patriot.”
Therefore, Rodríguez defended the election results by saying that Venezuela’s United Socialist Party (PSUV) controls 20 of the country’s 23 provinces-more than 85% of the territory-assuming “Bolivar and Chavez revolution.” “
The Chairman of the National Election Commission (CNE) Pedro Calzadilla has confirmed that PSUV candidate Carmen Meléndez won the election for mayor of Caracas, and he estimated the turnout rate About 41.8%.
As far as Maduro is concerned, he argued that with “the entire map clearly drawn”, “Chávez doctrine” won a “good victory”, then called for dialogue and emphasized the need to “continue to learn from the people” and “correct mistakes” “Take” to find a solution.
“I am certain that we are going (…) make the accent a priority in political dialogue for all the governors action of all the elected mayors,” said the president. He stressed that dialogue is possible only by improving the way it works.