The National Directorate of the Voluntad Popular Party categorically rejected the institutional assault initiated against the Primero Justicia Party by the so-called “PSUV-CLAP Faction” in a plot with the usurper regime, through which they seek to take over its electoral (voting) card.
Manuela Bolívar, a deputy in the National Assembly, affirmed that “Here we are, all the leaders and activists of Voluntad Popular, giving our support to the brothers of Primero Justicia, because the parties are not walls or just cards; they are human networks that today build and defend rights. Today, more than ever, the members of each party are pushing for Venezuela’s freedom and building the country that we all want, adhering to our Constitution and principles.”
Bolívar made the statements after a press conference held by the Primero Justicia Party at its headquarters, where a large part of the leadership and members of that political denomination also came to offer their support in the face of the new wave of persecution.
“Look at the sellouts who can’t handle us and above all see the boss of the sellouts who can’t handle millions of Venezuelans, who won’t negotiate the defense of their rights. We will be at the forefront every day that is necessary, until we conquer and achieve #LaMejorVzla,” concluded Bolivar.