It is not surprising that Bessoff's party nominated Nicolas Maduro as its (for life) candidate for the presidential election

It is not surprising that Bessoff's party nominated Nicolas Maduro as its (for life) candidate for the presidential election

Nicolas Maduro delivers a speech on Sunday in Caracas. Rainer Pena R (EFE)

Chavista hardliners nominated Nicolas Maduro on Saturday as their candidate for the presidential election scheduled for July 28, in rallies held across the country, according to the United Socialist Party of Venezuela, as part of the process of selecting their presidential candidate. This election.

In a press release, the formation noted the presence of “more than 15,850 groupings in each Bolívar-Chavez fighting unit” – an organization dedicated to defending the so-called “Bolivarian Revolution” – with the aim of proposing the “Bolivarian Revolution.” “The country's candidate for great victory on July 28.”

Many Chavismo supporters who attended the meetings carried banners with messages such as “Women nominate Nicolas,” “The rules decide,” “I nominate Nicolas,” and “The rules are with Maduro,” according to numerous photos shared by the PSUV. On social networks.

Maduro himself celebrated his nomination in a subsequent phone call to state television.

The decision of the Unified Socialist Party rules is not surprising, as it seems that the “workers’ president” aspires to stay in the Miraflores Palace for life.

With information from EFE

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