15/07/2017 Politics

A Venezuelan majority not trusting the opposition to solve the crisis

A 71 percent of the Venezuelans believe that the national opposition lacks a concrete plan to overcome the current economic situation in the country, according to investigation carried out by Hinterlaces pollster.

 

 

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The president of the agency, Oscar Schemel, explained that 58 percent of the respondents recently think that if the opposition comes to power, it could not solve the crisis in the South American nation.

 

 

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Schemel offered the day before a conference entitled Violence or Constituent? In the Nation's General Archive, in this capital, where he explained that the opposition right-wing uses popular discontent before government failures and needs generated by shortages and inflation.

 

 

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These conditions, he added, largely induced by the opposition itself through the unconventional war, are translate into political gains that the far right thinks to take advantage of.

 

 

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'The opposition feeds and gets benefits from discontent,' stressed Schemel, 'people do not vote for the opposition, vote against economic performance, vote against a management that evaluates negatively, and use the opposition to punish or to put pressure for solutions' .

 

 

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In the last survey in June, he stressed, 56 percent of Venezuelans, despite the existing discontent, would prefer that President Nicolás Maduro can solve the problems, before an opposition government comes.

 

 

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The Venezuelan pollster emphasized that the parliamentary right was dedicated from the first day to seek a way to overthrow the national government, legitimately elected in national elections, and contrary to popular expectation; to deepen the economic crisis with attempts to limit the maneuverability of President Maduro to overcome it.

 
 

 

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He recalled that in his presidential speech of the parliament in Asuncion, the opposition leader Henry Ramos Allup expressed his intention to finish with Maduro government and the Bolivarian revolution and expressed himself in favor of an international financial blockade against the nation.

 

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