María Beatriz Martínez to Rausseo: Those who want unity "do not threaten" with going to primaries

María Beatriz Martínez to Rausseo: Those who want unity “do not threaten” with going to primaries

María Beatriz Martínez, president of Primero Justicia, denounced that there are some “little characters” who do jobs to harm the primaries. In her opinion, Venezuelans are analyzing all these actions to evaluate what will be the best option to elect the new president in 2024.


The president of the Primero Justicia party, María Beatriz Martínez, referred this Tuesday, June 27 —without mentioning him— to the businessman and comedian Benjamín Rausseo when he asserted that those who support a union process in the opposition “do not threaten” to participate in the elections primaries and then retire.

In this sense, Martínez stressed that this action reveals “the entire aspect of the commitment” of that action, as well as that of other “little characters” who do the “dirty work” for the president Nicolás Maduro by carrying out trades before the Court Supreme Court (TSJ), harming the primaries, and setting themselves up as supposed candidates — making direct reference to Luis Ratti and José Brito.

In his opinion, Venezuelans are analyzing all these actions to evaluate what will be the best option to elect the new president in 2024, for which he warned that being in the uncertainty of not knowing when those elections will be is another factor that would be playing against.

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In an interview granted to Venevisionthe president of the aurinegra awning considers that the country is “hungry” to achieve its recovery and reunion, so the primaries represent an opportunity to achieve that and that, although it is not an end in itself, it is a necessary mechanism to be able to choose someone who has the “strength” to defeat Maduro.

The leader of Primero Justicia stressed that it is not winning a primary but doing it as an opportunity.

“When fighting for objectives, it doesn’t matter if you’re leading or flagging. I believe in democracy, which is to disagree, express visions and propose to the country how we want to make changes. It is a moment where everyone converges, “he said.

He alerted about the institutional crisis that Maduro generated to sabotage the primary when he forced the rectors of the CNE to resign and form a new one that would “frighten” and demobilize the people.

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