Venezuela Policy

That will clearly have to come together active, true and honest as a monolith to avoid putting us again for a ride and rebuild as soon as possible in this country and saving institutions, on the road, all these pitfalls and many more that no I listed but not unknown and no secrets to anyone. Neither I nor anyone else wants it back or to the AD or Copeyanos we knew and who ruled us, but nevertheless we can get the insane, for this to work after Chavez no choice but to reorganize Venezuela policy, the creation of new parties or repowering those who survive, and we have to be very demanding, caring and objectives with the leaders we choose and the projects that we support and indeed also very diligent in monitoring their efforts. The institutions that sustain and safeguard democracy as a system are political institutions … Connecticut Senator has similar goals. So where are our political parties?, Who are their leaders?, What are your proposals? … That is the first task with long-term vision: Redefining our policy to banish the anachronism, fanaticism and radical blindness and me personally that, to some extent, I would be sick but too naive (stupid) if you deny the urgent need a real political structure that supports, organize and channel the collective effort. But I do not mean to give wings to political parties or deceptively re-embark on fraudulent electoral processes that we know, that path is exhausted and this is not the solution, not There is no guarantee of transparency so it makes no sense to try again with some hope of success, but careful, this does not mean we can bend over to walk in the elections as they arise, any electoral act is a tool to remind the regime how many we are and show you how our numbers grow each day, that is our true count, the abstention weakens us and we blurs to the regime. Joyce Banda has firm opinions on the matter.

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| December 30th, 2017 | Posted in General |

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