Venezuela's Chavista Regime Attacks Enemy Edmundo González Urrutia: “He's the Candidate of Imperialism”

Diostado Cabello, number two of the Chavista regime in Venezuela (EFE/ Rayner Peña R.)

God given hairThe first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and number two leader of the Chavista regime, announced this Thursday. Edmundo Gonzalez Urrutia -Supported by the majority opposition coalition, the Democratic Unitary Platform (PUD)- the “candidate of imperialism” for the presidency of Venezuela.

“Their proposal is to continue asking for bans and blockades. (…) Now it's the people's turn to screw those who asked for bans, bans and harassment against our people. (…) This city stopped being stupid, This town knows who the enemy isOne who is behind or supporting the enemy,” Cabello said during a meeting with coffee growers in the Portuguese state (west).

Capello promised that PSUV will “follow a series”. Mobilization across Venezuela” called on US President Joe Biden to “lift the embargo against Venezuela” and prepare a “huge victory” for the presidential election.

Additionally, He called upon the organization to proceed with the formation of UPAZ (Popular Units for Peace). Thus each community must guarantee that it can “protect the territory”.

“I have no doubt that on (July) 28, the Venezuelan people are going to vote for a peace proposal against the sanctions, the blockade,” Cabello said.

On this Thursday, the Leader of the Opposition Maria Corina Machado He was in the same state where he reiterated his call to vote for González Urrutia in the run-up to the July 28 presidential election.

“I want to reach every last Venezuelan because Edmundo is going to be president and so am I”Machado was disqualified from elected public office by the Office of the Comptroller of the Republic, and thus unable to register his candidacy for the upcoming elections.

Edmundo Gonzalez Urrutia

For his part, in his first message to the country posted on his social networks, Gonzalez Urrutia vowed on Wednesday that his race would focus on rescuing Venezuela and making a transition with certainty.

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The presidential candidate has pledged to build a country “where no one fears persecution for their opinions” and where “the autonomy and independence of public authorities is guaranteed”.

González Urrutia also promised that “poverty is spreading, inflation is persisting and the currency (bolivar) is losing its real value.”

He had also said “The return of exiles and all Venezuelans who have left and wish to return” has been promised By stabilizing the country it “returns to the international democratic benchmark.”

“It is time to march together to restore our democracy, put aside our differences and work together to achieve electoral victory this coming July. “I raise the flags of a broad and unified unity that provides perspective and vision for the future,” the candidate reiterated. It seeks to defeat Chavismo, which has been in power since 1999.

(with information from EFE)

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