On the eve of the eighth anniversary of the death of revolutionary leader Hugo Chavez (1954-2013), the Public Sector Undertaking The day before, the Congress held a special plenary session in which governors and mayors discussed the manner in which they would select candidates for the election.
Among other aspects, delegates for discriminatory nominations defended gender equality and adequate representation of candidates for the next election.
Similarly, they proposed the mandatory nature of the training process for candidates for popularly elected positions, emphasizing the focus on training elements in areas such as ideology, ethics, analysis of historical moment and social responsibility.
Intervening in the full session of Congress, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro called for promoting candidacy with leadership in the grassroots, as well as strengthening the unity of the political forces that make up the great patriotic pole.
In this regard, he urged the coalition partners of the public sector to join the mobilization structure of the main political body of the South American nation in order to strengthen the planning, monitoring and control of electoral participation.
Three months after the legislative elections, Venezuela is moving towards the so-called mega elections in 2021, as a result of various agreements that emerged from the established dialogue table between the government and various opposition parties.
The National Assembly (Parliament) in its ordinary session this week repealed the law governing the constitution and legal periods of public powers.
The decision paved the way for a call for new elections in 2021, with the aim of electing 23 governors and 335 mayors of South America simultaneously.
In anticipation of the next event, the Venezuelan president took a radical stance and vowed to create a new opposition of a nationalist and democratic nature, considering the fall of the traditional right leadership.
On December 6, 2020, Venezuela’s United Socialist Party and its allies in the Great Patriotic Pole won a landslide victory in the parliamentary elections, winning 256 of the 277 seats up for grabs.
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