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Anti-Chavismo, willing to work on a proposed date for presidential elections

Anti-Chavismo, willing to work on a proposed date for presidential elections

The majority opposition of Venezuelagrouped in the Democratic Unitary Platform (PUD), reiterated this Tuesday that the coalition is “willing to work with the counterpart on a proposed schedule and date for the 2024 presidential election,” as well as to comply with the commitments signed with the Government, in Barbados, last October.

In a statement, the PUD also reaffirmed its willingness to “review any proposal or document referring to electoral matters, as long as it is within the framework of the Barbados Agreement.”

“We remain willing to responsibly comply with the commitments we acquired in the Barbados Agreement to promote respect for the political and electoral guarantees provided for in the national Constitution and in the laws,” ratified the opposition.

In the letter, the anti-Chavismo highlighted their support for their presidential candidate, Maria Corina Machadoand demanded again that “the unconstitutional and arbitrary disqualifications that the regime manufactures at its convenience” and that prevent the former deputy from holding public positions be lifted. popular election and, therefore, stand for election.

He also requested that the procedures be initiated to allow “qualified and comprehensive international electoral observation” in the elections, still undated, as well as the establishment of audits of the entire process and the activation of special days for the Electoral Registry of Venezuelans inside and outside. from the country.

This week, political organizations, including the PUD, are expected to sign the National Assembly (AN/Parliament) a calendar proposal for the elections on which they have been working for the last month.

On Friday, the first vice president of the Chamber, Pedro Infante, reported that the AN received 25 calendar proposals to hold the presidential elections, during the nine rounds of dialogue in the last 15 days, in which more than 500 people participated, including political, business, social and religious leaders.

Source: Gestion

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