The Venezuela’s opposition primary candidates Agreed to go ahead Plan to tackle the steps They told the news agency on Tuesday that it would arise from institutions and affect inmates on October 22. EFE People attend Monday’s meeting between the presidential candidates.
The sources, who asked not to be identified in deference to an agreement between the candidates not to speak to the media about the issues, agreed that yesterday’s meeting in Caracas was the beginning. Work to strengthen solidarity against the so-called Bolivarian revolutionIn power since 1999.
Former representatives Tamara Adrian and María Corina Machado and former governor Henrique Gabrieles, the three candidates for the primary, attended the meeting behind closed doors and in eastern Caracas in the late afternoon without inviting the media.
“They talked about strategies, not yet fully defined, priorities and obstacles the government would put in place to implement What to do in case of disqualification”, explained one of the participants of this first meeting, which, despite not having a fixed date, was completed with a commitment to “defining” actions in “following meetings”.
The meeting – he added- “lots of research papers” and “some agreements”, without commenting on anything agreed upon.
After the meeting, the candidate Andres Gallega He described it as “great” in a brief message posted on Twitter.
“Clearing the way, unity is integrated in every step we take together. Good,” he said.
For his part, former Gov Andres VelasquezThe candidate for the October elections also stressed his proposal on the same social network, “starting from the commitment to firmly defend the presidential candidate elected by the citizens.”
Who are politicians? Compete in October, agreeing to face together “threats” against prisonersSome of them are disqualified from holding public office and their admission to the study of the request to suspend these elections introduced before the Supreme Court (TSJ) stands out.
The disqualifications imposed at different times do not prevent candidates from running in the primaries, as this is an internal matter of the opposition, but they are prevented from registering with the National Electoral Council (CNE) as candidates for the presidential election.
Last week, candidates for October’s election pledged to define who will be the standard-bearer to face Chavismo in the 2024 presidential election. The United Kingdom faces threats against prisoners.
(with information from EFE)