Chavez accused of organizing groups of revolutionary militants for elections

Posted on September 25, 2012 • Filed under: Conflicts, Politics, Venezuela

The president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, prepares cells “revolutionary militants,” partly from the so-called “collective” (street gangs), to control a possible adverse vote in the presidential elections of October 7. With any survey that begins impossible not to believe a victory for the opposition Henrique Capriles and obvious problems of Chavez election to fill certain acts, the President seems to trust his fate to the direct action of the Networks of mobilization (REMI), dedicated to “the early warning and advance, “according to internal documents that had access to the Spanish newspaper ABC. Read Article

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