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Shootings, threats, robberies and assaults: videos of Chavista group attacks during regional elections in Venezuela

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The Found Town is the capital of the Catatumbo municipality, state of Zulia. It is a town where guerrillas, particularly the National Liberation Army (ELN), managed to make their trenches after having managed to displace the paramilitary group Los Rastrojos, and with the help of military and civilian authorities, mainly from the Armada. Huh. and the mayor’s office. Violent incidents started there this morning. From yesterday, armed men, disguised as policemen and who prevented opposition candidates from being recognized or exercising their right to present documents before the electoral body, were

Those acts of violence expanded during election day in Venezuela.

in a video You see a Chavista Shock Group that denies polling station members entry into polling stations with bats in hand Recognized by the National Electoral Council. The episode took place at the José María Espaa electoral center in the Cacique Mara Parish of Maracaibo.

In Catatumbo, according to local journalist Lenin Denieri, only 3 of the 16 centers are open. Videos show how to prevent opening of tables.

In other images, reported by Gerdad Torres of VPI TV Signal, the coordinator of the Zulia Voting Center in Sabaneta, Maracaibo’s Manuel Dagnino parish, is seen denying entry to members of a polling station accredited by CNE.

One of the strategies Chavismo used in elections with the help of the National Electoral Council is to put people unconditionally for the revolution to control the various electoral boards, whether municipal, state or national, Or be in Influence hinders the act of those who are not Chavista or refuse to violate the law.

Found residents told Infobay that the mayor of Catatumbo, Wilmer Ariza, is responsible for the organization of the armed group, led by Luis Enrique Mogollon, aka Enriqueto, and Darwin W. Bracho, who introduces himself as a police officer. “That bracho is not a policeman, but he walks around the city with long arms, intimidating people, showing his weapons, even when Interior Minister Remigio Ceballos Ichaso called for carrying weapons until the day after the election. announced a ban.”

When asked what this armed group wants, he replies “To sow fear and terror among the local population, to discourage voters so that they do not go out to vote out of fear, because the townspeople are different. Authorities want to give response to the serious problems they face. We have in the municipality”.

The leader of the Democratic Action Party, Edgar Zambrano, also condemned that Planning Republic officials denied access to polling stations in Lara to MUD representatives.

For its part, during the day, Chavista group attacked with bullets At the polling station of the Eduardo Emiro Ferrer School, located on 28 Avenue of the San Francisco Urbanism, San Francisco Municipality in Zulia. A 38-year-old man was killed and two others were injured in the incident.

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Antonio Urdaneta, 38, received a shot and rushed to the hospital Noriega Trigo, who had already died. The two injured – whose severity is still unknown – are 19-year-old Johann Jose and 56-year-old Sonia Urdaneta.

The violent episode occurred almost simultaneously with an attack on a campaign command of the opposition coalition, also in Zulia. There, He beat political leader Eduardo LabradoR, a member of the Unity Command in San Francisco, who condemned what happened on his social network.

In Lara, the candidate for Mayor of Palavicino, Mariani Linárez, condemned that a group of about 40 motorcyclists attacked table heads, activists and supporters of opposition politics, and also stole two motorcycles.

,Today I want to ask the EU present in Venezuela, as international observers, that this situation should be recorded, and it should be condemned, and that is why we are making it public.Linarez said.

Elections this Sunday have been deployed after a 15-year absence by Nicolas Maduro regime officials following constant warnings to members of the European Union’s Electoral Observation Mission (EOM-EU).

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Man murdered by Chavista gangs in Zulia

Governance groups also attacked human rights activists Nelson Freits and Yonide SanchezLara, who was monitoring the election process in the state, was thrashed and beaten up by people on a motorcycle.

One of the strategies Chavismo used in elections with the help of the National Electoral Council is to put people unconditionally for the revolution to control the various electoral boards, whether municipal, state or national, Or be in Influence hinders the act of those who are not Chavista or refuse to violate the law.

Venezuelans will elect 23 governors, 335 mayors, 253 legislators to legislative councils and 2,471 councillors, with voters able to choose either the ruling party or the majority opposition, which has not participated in elections since 2017.

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