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Red Flag agreed to support Juan Guaidó in the primaries

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Guaidó trusts in the preparation of the Unit to win if the presidential elections are advanced

The leader of Voluntad Popular Juan Guaidó stated that they will continue adding organizations in support of his candidacy. In addition to Bandera Roja, it has the support of Compromiso Venezuela, Fuerza Liberal, Democracia Renovadora and Gente Emergente.


The central committee of the Red Flag party announced this Friday, March 24, its support for the leader of Voluntad Popular Juan Guaido to the opposition primaries, scheduled for October 22.

The decision was announced on their Twitter account, where they explained that the support will be made official at a rally on Saturday the 25th at the headquarters of the Caracas College of Engineers. In addition, the central committee of the party also promised to give its support “to the candidacy that results from this election.”

On Thursday the 23rd, Guaidó closed his fifth political alliance in just over twenty days, after receiving support from Compromiso Venezuela, a regional political organization with a presence in Lara.

“I celebrate what this alliance means. Commitment Venezuela, just what we need today: organize and articulate for Venezuela. To get the vote back. That is why the “My vote is worth” campaign, because everyone can choose. Because our young people can decide for their future,” said Guaidó, after a meeting with militants from that awning.

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Guaidó also stated that they will continue to add organizations in support of his candidacy. In addition to Bandera Roja and Compromiso Venezuela, he also has the support of Fuerza Liberal, Democracia Renovadora and Gente Emergente. «The key is to organize ourselves in unity, to defeat Maduro. After Holy Week we will announce to the country the next step in our fight.”

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