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Chavismo says the US “has nothing to get involved with” in the Venezuelan elections

The ruler’s first vice president United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and considered number two in the chavismo, God given hairdeclared this Wednesday that U.Sthere’s nothing to mess with”in the elections in the Caribbean country, which will hold presidential elections on July 28.

The United States has nothing to interfere in the Venezuelan electionslet them solve their problems there“, the deputy also said on his weekly program ‘Con el mallet giving’, broadcast on the state channel VTV.

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He rejected the sanctions of USA for Venezuelaof which some, such as the oil companies, were laid off in October for a period that expires in April, when washington threatens to resume them if the disqualification of the presidential candidate of the main anti-Chavista coalition is not lifted, Maria Corina Machadowhich prevents him from running for elected public office until 2036.

In Cabello’s opinion, “there cannot be free elections where U.S have an opinion or be involved“, what “causes them to be manipulated”.

How are elections free if our country is sanctioned? How are elections free if they threatened our president (Nicolás Maduro)?“, said the Chavista leader.

Last week, the US urged Latin American countries to pressure the US government Nicolás Maduro so that presidential elections are free and democratic.

The person responsible for Latin America at the State Department, Brian Nicholssaid during a lecture that the deadlines announced by the National Electoral Council Venezuelans (CNE) are “tight” and that the situation in the South American country is “deeply worrying”.

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Nichols opined that the “incentives” that the US and the international community have put “They were not enough to motivate Maduro to make reforms because he believes his government is at risk.”.

According to the established calendar, political organizations must present their candidates between March 21st and 25th.

On the part of the party in power, the PSUV held a consultation process in which Maduro was nominated, who, if proclaimed the party’s candidate, which is scheduled for next Friday, will seek a third six-year term in power.

Source: Elcomercio

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