Venezuela: Opposition Parties Jointly Announce Non-Participation in Upcoming Elections

The decision, which has been publicly supported by interim President Juan Guaidó, was signed by 27 organizations headed by the main opposition parties: Acción Democrática, Primera Justicia, Vontade Popular, and Un Nuevo Tiempo.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Venezuelan opposition officially announced, in a statement on Sunday, August 2nd, its decision not to participate in the legislative elections called by the government of Nicolás Maduro for December this year, considering them a "fraudulent process".

The forces critical of "Chavismo" expressed their support for "a national pact for the rescue of Venezuela". The decision, which has been publicly supported on several occasions by Juan Guaidó, the country's self-proclaimed interim president, was signed by 27 organizations headed by the opposition parties: Acción Democrática, Primera Justicia, Vontade Popular, and Un Nuevo . . .

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