The Deputy of the National Assembly (NA), Daniel Antequera, denounced that Nicolás Maduro’s regime plays with the need of Venezuelans to maintain their electoral fraud.
Antequera warned that the dictatorship blackmails citizens with tickets to trade for gas bottles to those who participate in a supposed “electoral simulation”.
“This is a form of extortion from power,” he said Monday through his personal Twitter account.
The representative of Lara State, informed that in the sector of Barquisimeto, where the simulation took place, a truck with CLAP food bags arrived “magically”. He added that the bags had not arrived for three months.
Likewise, he insisted that everything related to electoral fraud, even if it seems minimal, must be denounced, because silence is not an option.
“It is a form of social control that is not new in Venezuela, but it must always be denounced, this is a violation of Human Rights,” he insisted.
Likewise, the Congressman explained that in El Tocuyo (Lara), military vehicles accompanied the blackmail operation devised by the dictatorship.
“This electoral process is totally flawed, Venezuela as a whole will leave them alone with their circus,” he said.
Antequera added that the Venezuelan people want to vote but only when they have the capacity to choose, something that does not happen in the country.
“In Venezuela this was lost and it only serves to disguise a dictatorship as a democracy,” he concluded.
“En Venezuela se perdió esto y solo sirve para disfrazar a una dictadura de democracia”, concluyó.
Jorge Rodriguez habla del supuesto “simulacro electoral” como si fuera algo limpio.
Ayer en el barrio El Bolívar en #Barquisimeto la manzanera del PSUV chantajeaba con ticket para canjear por bombona de gas a quienes fueran.
Esto es una forma de extorsionar desde el poder.
— Daniel Antequera (@danielantequera) October 26, 2020