Rosales on primaries: "Our policy at this time is not to choose a candidate"

Rosales on primaries: “Our policy at this time is not to choose a candidate”

Governor Manuel Rosales assured that having a greater intention to vote among citizens does not attribute the automatic leadership of the opposition. «No one has leadership and massive, overwhelming support, it’s a lie. One has a little more votes than another. But here no one owns the opposition, nor owns the vote, nor owns the truth. Here everyone has a piece a little more than another»


The governor of the state of Zulia, Manuel Rosales, assured that the policy of Un Nuevo Tiempo (UNT) is not based on choosing a candidate in the primaries, but that of these elections –scheduled for October 22– “it has a responsibility first of unite” based on common goals.

“Our policy at this time is not to choose a candidate. Our first proposal goes through the reunion of Venezuelans (…) The opposition has a responsibility first to unite, and not based on the aspirations of Manuel Rosales or of a person, no. The candidate does not matter who he is. What matters is the solution to this conflict,” he said in an interview with the Zulian channel Singing Children Television.

The governor of Zulia said that the solution to the conflict “is not to return to the paths of violence, because we have also lost there.” He also said that the opposition must remain united and within the electoral path, from which he said “they will never take us out again.”

He considered that “no one because they have a vote, have more votes or fewer votes than another is the owner of the truth and of the opposition.”

According to the pollster Delphos, the national leader of the Vente Venezuela party, María Corina Machado, leads the preference among the opposition candidates. The candidate of Primero Justicia, Henrique Capriles, recognized that the policy is positioned first in the intention to vote in the primaries, despite the fact that it was disabled by the administration of Nicolás Maduro.

*Read also: Capriles: I am willing to support whoever needs to be supported

Rosales insisted that having a greater intention to vote among citizens does not attribute the automatic leadership of the opposition. «I have an important vote and the polls say so. I have not gone to any state, I have not left Zulia, I have not said that I am going to be a candidate, and I have an important vote, but that does not indicate that I am the cool one and that everything happens through me, no. No one has leadership and massive, overwhelming support, that’s a lie. One has a little more votes than another. But here no one owns the opposition, nor owns the vote, nor owns the truth. Here everyone has a piece a little more than another », he assured.

For Governor Rosales, who at one point flirted with the idea of ​​running for primaries, the opposition must be “smart” to achieve a transition, and that depends on the position of all the opposition leaders because otherwise “we will waste time again ».

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