The opposition leader says there is nothing to do on December 6.
The head of the Venezuelan Parliament, Juan Guaidó, recognized as interim president by more than 50 countries, went out this Saturday 28-N to the streets of Caracas to continue promoting “face to face” the opposition consultation on the legislative elections of December 6, for which he also calls not to participate.
“On December 6, what you have to do is easy: nothing,” said Guaidó, quoted in a press release from his team, about the elections that he considers a “fraud.”
“But on December 12 for the streets to show that we are an organized and mobilized majority,” he added in reference to the opposition consultation that will be held in person that day and for which citizens will be asked if they reject the elections of 6 from December.
According to the press release, the opposition leader distributed flyers and spoke with people about the objective of the consultation, as well as his reasons for requesting abstention.
“There are many people who still do not know that the parties were stolen, that the acronyms were stolen,” he said, referring to the fact that several parties adverse to the ruling Nicolás Maduro were intervened by the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ).
The consultation, whose start date was initially set for December 5, was postponed to the 7th and will be extended until the 12th digitally through platforms enabled for it.
For the 12th, inside and outside the country the “Consultation Centers” will function in order to deposit the ratification of will.
The opposition will ask three questions, the first of which is whether Venezuelans demand “the cessation of the usurpation of the Presidency by Nicolás Maduro and calls for free, fair and verifiable presidential and parliamentary elections,” according to the Center for National Communication (CCN) of Guaidó.
The second of the questions reads: “Do you reject the December 6 event organized by the Nicolás Maduro regime and ask the international community to ignore it?”
Finally, the third question asks citizens if they “order” to take “the necessary steps before the International Community to activate cooperation, support and assistance that allow us to rescue our democracy, address the humanitarian crisis and protect the people from crimes against humanity” .