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Some of my fellow members in the opposition coalition have called for boycotting the election, claiming that misconduct by the regime makes a free ... And if the government decides to steal this election, it can count on finding me in the streets, by the sides of the brave Venezuelan people, fighting for our ...

Why would the Trump administration want to prevent an opposition leader who could possibly win the presidency in Venezuela from running in this election? There is no way to know for sure, but high-level sources from inside the administration have stated that Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is determining U.S. ...
Communications Minister Jorge Rodriguez waves upon his arrival to the Venezuelan National Electoral Council, in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, March 1, 2018. Rodriguez announced that the government has reached an agreement with several opposition parties to delay the April 22 presidential ...
“We're not participating because there are no open elections, because they are not respecting the right to vote, the right to choose or the will of every Venezuelan,” said Juan Pablo Guanipa, a top politician in the Primero Justicia party, whose most popular leader, Henrique Capriles, has been barred from ...
The announcement came as President Nicolas Maduro called snap legislative elections in Venezuela on Wednesday to coincide with the vote. In a statement, the opposition Democratic Unity movement said the "premature" elections were "lacking proper conditions". "[It] is just a show by the government to ...
Venezuelan opposition parties are debating whether to take part in presidential polls set for 22 April. Venezuela's electoral authorities announced the date on Wednesday just hours after talks between the government and the opposition broke up without agreement. The elections were originally scheduled ...


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