Monday, 8 August 2011

Venezuelan expats tweet worldwide for democracy

Today Venezuelan expats are tweeting to protest the way in which Venezuela's civic-military regime is trying to prevent taking into account the votes of Venezuelans living abroad.

As the Chávez regime knows there are now hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans abroad and the vast majority want a change for Venezula, it stopped publishing results for votes abroad in 2006. Since then you cannot find the numbers on their site. The regime is also making it more difficult for Venezuelans to register to vote in their embassies and consulates. 
If you want to help us, go to Twitter and type in your messag. The hash is #EpaMaduro.

Please, add another public user like @OEA_oficial or @el_pais.

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