According to the results of the National Electoral Commission (CNE), Venezuela’s United Socialist Party (PSUV) controls 20 of the country’s 23 provinces.
Madrid. (European News Agency). Juan Guaido, the Venezuelan opposition leader, attacked Nicolas Maduro’s Venezuelan President on Monday. He claimed that he was trying to “make up a hypothetical openness” and eventually failed. most. “
In a speech after the electoral agency granted a “Chávezist” majority, Guaido lamented: “Venezuela has emerged as a dictatorship. The regime has been designated a crime against humanity and the poverty rate is 94%. Its regime still has the potential to be legitimized.
He said that “Maduro” is still illegal and that “Venezuelans possess a clear expression which unites us, both those who decide to take part and those who don’t,” and added that this was the “necessity for unity” and clarified all factors that are against the Venezuelan regime.” collect’El Nacional
Additionally, the opposition leader stressed that Maduro “kidnapped a party within the electoral framework,” although “citizens seem to have remained quiet.” He said, “They want us fall into the wrong dilemma voting or not voting.” This refers to the opposition’s demand for abstention.
According to the results of the National Electoral Commission (CNE), Venezuela’s United Socialist Party (PSUV) has occupied more than 20 of the country’s 23 provinces-more than 85% of the territory.
As far as Maduro is concerned, he defended that “Chávezism” has “clearly painted the entire map” and won a “good victory”, then called for dialogue and emphasized the need to “continue to learn from the people” and ” Correct the error “to “find a solution”.