Wednesday, 20 May 2009

My vote and the Venezuelan government

My vote, like the vote of thousands of other Venezuelans abroad, has not been reported yet by the CNE, the National Electoral Council. The referendum took place in March of this year and since then the government has ignored Venezuelans' petitions (even handed over by registered letter) to publish those results. In fact, the government hasn't reported on Venezuelans' votes abroad of 2007.

Why? Is it perhaps because they cannot cheat so easily with votes of Venezuelans abroad?
Is it because Minister Maduro said most Venezuelans abroad signed a petition in support of Chavez when that is just a blatant lie? Is it because they want us to become tire and stop voting?

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