posted on Dec, 6 2015 @ 11:09 PM
By order of the defense minister public gatherings are not allowed until Monday 6 pm.
The anti chavista coalition got 99 of 167 positions on the unicameral Venezuelan Congress (17 not yet determined). This results come despite the
absolute control of the regime of all branch of the government, the tailored electoral law to benefit the regime party, and a completely uneven
campaign abused by the government. 2 hours after the end of the elections, before The National Electoral Council release the results, the defense
minister made declarations were he said this results are endorsed by the armed forces. the results were gives at 12:30am local time, 5 and a half
hours after the election ended
The month leading to the election Maduro suggested the possibility of performing a coup and rule with a military coalition, fortunately last night he
change his rhetoric and said that was not what he meant, difficult days comes ahead for the country.
What does this change? It’s hard to say, Maduro may take a more dictatorial approach, the old legislation controlled by the government have a couple
of weeks to transfer power to Maduro and last week they approved the budgets for the next year. All depends now on Maduro actions and the response of
the armed forces in case Maduro makes a power grab.
In any case to really change all the opposition needs 112, that is not going to happen.
It’s important to remember that the current regime has said multiple times they are democrats until democracy no longer works for them, they control
everything, corruption is rampant and during Chavez government the army became a huge drug cartel.
A link in english
The woman reading the results was almost crying
edit on 6-12-2015 by Indigent because: dailymail got it first...