Juan Guaidó asserted that the primary elections are not about a contest but rather a mechanism to strengthen unity. “A primary is the concretion of unity, it is a political agreement, it is being all together,” he said during his proselytizing activity
The president of the National Assembly (AN) elected in 2015, Juan Guaidó, visited Yaracuy state this Saturday, in an attempt to get citizen support for the primaries of the Venezuelan opposition to renew the leadership ahead of the presidential elections of the 2024.
The activity was organized by the parties that seek to press for an agreement and the date to hold “free and fair” elections.
“Unity is the vehicle that has defeated the dictatorship before, the vehicle that Venezuelans know we can use and have used in the past to defeat and confront this regime that wants us to get used to tragedy,” said Guaidó, who continues being recognized as interim president by the international community.
This Saturday, May 28, the interim visited several communities where he talked and shared with their inhabitants, whom he asked not to give up and continue exercising majority. He was accompanied, in a very colorful walk, by the deputies of the legitimate national Parliament, Biagio Pilieri, Freddy Superlano, Oneiber Peraza, Macario González, leaders and activists of Convergencia, Voluntad Popular, Encuentro Ciudadano, Gente Emergente, Proyecto Venezuela; and regional leaders, reported the National Communication Center.
Guaidó said that just as he has done in other states, he went to Yaracuy to look for “the people who do not give up, those who have not fainted” to exercise the majority in the streets and to strengthen the “powerful unity” that are those who They want and fight for a change in Venezuela.
The opposition parliamentarian asserted that the primary elections are not about a contest, but rather a mechanism to strengthen unity. «A primary is the concretion of unity, it is a political agreement, it is being all together. The primaries are a mechanism to strengthen the Unity and thus defeat the dictatorship, not a vanity contest », he explained.
He reiterated that “any aspiration is secondary”, and that what is important is the exercise of the majority, “which, for example, was demonstrated in Barinas; and you have to do it in the streets». “We are going to exercise a majority, we are going to be with our people.”