As if it were a revolutionary version of that poem about the world upside down written by José Agustín Goytisolo, that of the good little wolf and the honest pirate, Chavismo has activated its repressive machinery to prosecute and condemn the professors and jurists in charge of organizing the opposition primaries to elect a presidential candidate. “The primary was a buffo act, a kind of prop theater,” said the fiscal chavista Tarek William Saab, who accuses National Primary Committee (CNP) of usurpation of functions, identity theft, money laundering and criminal association.
Chavismo has reacted with fury after the historic feat on Sunday, when 2.5 million Venezuelans went to vote in self-managed primaries, held against the wind and that always had a sword of Damocles on them that was not discharged when they demanded it. USA in the Barbados Agreements.
“More than 520,000 people did not go to vote at that event,” Saab said vehemently, although he did not agree with his political bosses. Nicolas Maduro He assured on Monday that between 550,000 and 700,000 voted; the number two of the revolution, God given hair, bet for 600,000; Jorge Rodríguez, head of the Chavista legislative body adjusted at 598,350 and Bernabe Gutierrez, one of the collaborationist leaders opted for 800,000.
At the head of the CNP are professors and jurists of the prestige of its president, Jesus Maria Casal, dean of the Law School of the Andrés Bello Catholic University, Today he has become a popular hero. With his dour style, Casal has conducted an almost impossible process, with the help of thousands of volunteers and witnesses, without the support of the National Electoral Council (CNE), which forced the use of all types of facilities to house the 4,000 electoral centers. Among them the homes of sympathizers in the most popular neighborhoods of the country, despite threats from the popular councils of Chavismo.
“This is a government maneuver to try to annul the primaries,” responded the CNP, which immediately received widespread support on social networks, where the label has become popular. #ISupportThePrimaryCommission.