Deployments will mark a new PSUV agenda

Deployments will mark a new PSUV agenda

The first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, during the “Con el Mazo Dando” program, reported that the political awning is deployed through its militancy and delegates of the V Congress and IV of the JPsuv, explaining to the people about the specific action agenda, the solutions map, the 1×10 for Good Government and Digital Government.

Cabello indicated that there are some 2,400 delegates who are participating in territorial assemblies, in which they collect information on the conclusions of the debates.

Likewise, he explained that the results of the deployments will mark the new agenda of actions that the PSUV will apply. “This deployment will tell how we are doing, that is, it will be the compass of the actions of the red awning, to determine the right path.”

He called on the leadership to recognize the leadership that is being formed through the new delegates. “They (the delegates) are fertile land, that is pure seed. It is serious, that a supposed leader says that (that delegate) is not one of them. If you are a leader, they are all yours. In the Revolution no one should say that, because it denotes individualism, immaturity, lack of conscience, not understanding the historical process we are experiencing.”

Elections in Colombia

The parliamentarian also assured that the electoral processes in Colombia “are not elections, because there the people do not choose, because that has already been negotiated.”
He stressed that “there people neither vote nor choose, that is decided; who is going to be and how it is going to be, that has a price”.

He asserted that the call that Colombian sectors have made to recount votes “is only going to further entangle the great fraud that they always do to that people in the elections.”

Colombia plans to hold presidential elections on May 29.

New world order

Regarding the recent statements by the president of the United States, Joe Biden, about the birth of a new world order and that “the United States should lead it”, Cabello said: Are they going to lead this new world order now? I don’t know, but what is certain is that a new world order is coming and hopefully the great powers will be able to sit down and talk and prevent someone from dropping a bomb like the one on Hiroshima or Nagasaki tomorrow.”

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