The President of Venezuela and of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, asked the representatives of the National Conflict Platform to join the struggle to achieve electoral conditions that allow free, fair and verifiable elections.
“We have to build an alternative in the electoral plane. Electoral conditions where the Venezuelan can truly choose, where the elections are free, fair and verifiable”.
The meeting, which was online, and is the first with regional spokespersons, was attended by spokespersons from the states of Apure, Aragua, Carabobo, Guárico, Falcón, Lara, Miranda, Sucre and Zulia.
Guaidó ratified that “it will not be used for electoral farces,” and recalled that after the appointment of the National Electoral Council (CNE) by the “judicial arm of the regime” (illegitimate Supreme Court of Justice) and the call for elections on December 6th, the world pronounced itself and rejected such actions.
“I am inviting the sectors of the country not to be part of the regime’s electoral trap. There are many sectors that want to lead us into false dilemmas, but we must remember that, one thing is a desirable objective, and quite another is an achievable one”.
He also said that the formation of the National Emergency Government should be that banner in struggle to achieve change in the country and put an end to the crisis in Venezuela.
The representatives of the National Conflict Platform of the nine states that participated in this first regional meeting with the President in charge, Juan Guaidó, reaffirmed their commitment to fight for the country’s freedom, as well as their support for his administration as interim President.
They proposed to fight a “democratic rebellion” built from the social forces of the nation to achieve the so desired political change. They also indicated that the unification of all the struggles into one single struggle is the “key” to advance in freedom and the “return of democracy”.
Finally, they assured that from each region of the country they are working to support and promote the formation of the National Emergency Government proposed by the President (e), which has the support of more than 40 countries.