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Oppositions banned from ‘Venezuela Election 2018’

Abdullah Al Naveed

Venezuela’s President, Nicolas Maduro, says the nation’s main opposition parties are prohibited from partaking in next year’s presidential election as they boycotted Sunday’s mayoral vote. Justice First, Popular Will and Democratic Action parties boycotted the mayoral vote since according to them the voting system was biased and it only served what they called President Maduro’s dictatorship. President Maduro demands the Venezuelan vote system is completely reliable.”A gathering that has not taken an interest today and has required boycott of the elections can’t take an interest any longer”, he said.President Maduro also says his gathering won more than 300 of the 335 mayoral races being challenged. The race board put turn out at 47%.In October, the three main opposition parties reported they would blacklist Sunday’s vote, saying it just served what they called President Maduro’s dictatorship.Venezuela has been buried in a compounding financial crisis described by inflations and shortages of basic good.

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