Venezuela: the challenge of reinventing the fight

Upon learning the results of the vote, Maduro said circumstantially have won the economic war and strategy to undermine a country model, knowing the efforts of the opposition to destabilize the country.

With absolute adherence to ethics, he said the biggest challenge from now on is to stop the economic war, and for the Bolivarian forces is time of rebirth from the difficulty.

Prior to 6D, the organizations belonging to the self-Democratic Unity Roundtable designed a media and economic plan headed to thin the state of the needs created by a policy of savage capitalism, and hide them more expensive products.

There was also a brutal the currency and oil attack, main economic resource of Venezuela -in fact it is the largest producer worldwide, – made that are very sensitive to the architects of the US imperial geostrategy.

In his words to the Venezuelan people, the Head of State said that beyond a great lesson in ethics, “it is time to reinvent ourselves, today more than ever need unity among revolutionaries, my call is for everyone and opposition to work for the country. “

For now, MUD candidates and announce a set of changes in legislation and institutions as well as civic and social security.

Here are some of their suggestions:

1. Enactment of a Law on Amnesty and Reconciliation to free political leaders on trial for his role in various crimes.
For example, the case of Leopoldo Lopez sentenced last September to 13 years in prison for his role in the coup protests that left 43 people late.
2. Implement Law Program for full supply.

The opposition candidates have not specified how to carry out this program.
For its part, the Government of Venezuela has guaranteed food supply through Mercal, PDVAL network and Bicentennial Abasto at subsidized prices. Until March 2015, over 120 tons of foods were distributed throughout the country. At least 20 million people have benefited.

3. Slowing down the adoption of enabling legislation.

Through enabling legislation it strengthens the state and a close institutional framework to social demands is created. Also, energy sovereignty, including hydrocarbons, comprehensive health system and social security, the national transport system and land communication is democratized, among other strengthens. All benefit the people.

4. enactment of several laws, including highlights: Grant titles to the beneficiaries of the Great Mission Housing Venezuela (GMVV).

The title of the GMVV are delivered collectively. National Assembly President Diosdado Cabello said last November to award the title of individual housing means may be capitalized and the recipients lose the mortgaging to the bench.
Seen this way, such purposes the right aim to dismantle the Bolivarian Revolution and the legacy of the Supreme Commander Hugo Chavez Frias, besides scupper political prestige and weight that has Venezuela in the world, and particularly in the Caribbean and Latin American regional context.

Undoubtedly, the challenges of the Bolivarian government from now on are decisive stakes and progressive movement that started in Latin America in recent decades. Therefore, there is only one way: to reinvent the struggle for democracy, dignity, independence and sovereignty of peoples.

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