Venezuelan President Stresses Fulfillment of the Electoral Guarantees

President Maduro repudiated the campaign encouraged by opposition leaders who are asking the US government and its allies for more sanctions to intensify the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on the South American nation.

Caracas, Apr 24 (Prensa Latina) Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro highlighted today the fulfillment of the electoral guarantees included in the agreement signed by the presidential candidates to the general elections on May 20th.

At a press conference held today from the state of Delta Amacuro, Maduro reported that the electoral process will be accompanied by 2,000 international observers from Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, the United States and delegations of regional organizations.

The candidate for re-election by the so-called ‘Homeland Broad Front,’ reiterated his rejection of the actions of the opposition’s sectors that promote abstention and ignore democratic ways as a means to resolve political differences.

Also, the President repudiated the campaign encouraged by opposition leaders who are asking the US government and its allies for more sanctions to intensify the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on the South American nation.

He stressed that Venezuela will overcome the threats of the US administration and will advance towards prosperity with the definitive defeat of the maneuvers aimed at sabotaging the country’s economic and political stability.

Likewise, Maduro ratified his counterpart in Panama, Juan Carlos Varela, the call for bilateral dialogue to put an end to the conflict between the two nations as a result of the illegal maneuvers against Venezuelan financial system promoted from the Isthmian nation.

The Head of State stressed that by suspending commercial relations with dozens of Panamanian companies and individuals, the Bolivarian Executive acted in reciprocity before illegal measures and coercive sanctions against Venezuelan officials announced on March 30th by Varela’s administration.

Finally, Maduro described as unconstitutional the proposal of the opposition candidate Henri Falcon to dollarize Venezuelan economy, since it threatens the economic and monetary independence of the nation.

At the end of the press conference, Maduro went to the town of Tucupita, in the state of Delta Amacuro, where he summoned the voters to go to the polls to support with the vote the continuity of the revolutionary process.

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