Yesterday the BBC dedicated its top world headline to the fact that an ex Venezuelan judge accused the president of corruption. .. Sorry? What? Who cares?
Trump cries for lost democracy in Venezuela and threatens to send in the Marines to take the oilfields. Yet Venezuela has had elections almost every year and the latest Constitutional Assembly system is clearly more democratic than before. We support the popular revolution and force Maduro and the repressive State not to sell out!
Anything goes in he western media to throw mud at Venezuela . Shock, horror and hate for a popular Social Revolution. And OMG Scandal that a ‘socialist’ (albeit corrupt and repressive) State still survives . And this despite a blatantly illegal, billion dollar, decades long US subversion effort abetting one of the cruelest most implacable local oligarchies America has ever seen.
We publish here an unreported snippet on local elections being brought forward by the new more directly democratic Constitutional Assembly.. But there is little hope of countering the TSUNAMI OF FAKE NEWS.
teleSUR via Aletho News Venezuela’s newly-elected National Constituent Assembly, ANC, has brought forward the regional elections by two months.
The polls, which had been scheduled to take place on December 10, will now be held in October following unanimous approval by the ANC.
The second vice president of the body, Isaias Rodriguez, said the process for the election of governors and state governors, will take place “within the framework of the electoral program already announced by the electoral power.”
ANC Constituent Tania Diaz explained that bringing the regional elections forward is a mandate of the people and added, “The recent elections to choose the members of the ANC represents a popular victory and a defeat of the violent actions promoted in the last four months by the right, which has triggered more than 100 fatalities.”‘Maduro called us and here I am..the Constituent Assembly is the path to peace..Lets Do It!’
Another member of the ANC, Melvin Maldonado recalled that in 18 years of the Bolivarian Revolution, there have been 21 elections, which “shows the strength of our National Electoral Council, and it also shows the democratic nature and electoral power in our country.”