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Hugo Chavez December Elections. Update.

Posted by QB on October 20, 2006

chavez_chavistas.jpgThere is a new polls published by Bloomberg which is London based news website claiming that Hugo Chavez is loosing ground for December election with his main rival is gaining in polls. The latest survey by the Caracas polling firm Hinterlaces shows that support for Rosales, the former governor of oil-rich Zulia state, rose to 30 percent in September from 19 percent in August. Support for Chavez held at 48 percent, while the remaining 22 percent was split among 20 other candidates or undecided. This must be another misinformation spreading against Hugo Chavez by Bush staunch allies British.The polls which were last published by Venezuela shows Hugo Chavez as favorite with over 50% against his main rival Rosales with 22% support. The result of Venezuela elections will not be according the the wishes of Bush regime who are putting all their efforts to mislead Venezuelans to vote against Hugo Chavez. The US government with its powerful media are trying to paint picture of Hugo Chavez who is socialist evil who spends hundreds of millions for creating hospitals want poor to have better health care and better education opportunities. The people of Venezuela must realize that Hugo Chavez who want to bring his socialists reforms are not that easy to achieve because of the corrupt bureaucracy as it hurts their own interests of mismanaging country’s financial resources for personal benefits.

There is another interesting election in Nicaragua on November 5 where polls are showing that leftist Daniel Ortega is ahead in polls but Hugo Chavez is has doubts about his victory. “I shouldn’t say I hope you win, because they will accuse me of sticking my nose into Nicaraguan internal affairs,” Chavez said. “But I hope you win.”

The Bolivian second round election is still very much open if the poor people just don’t start selling their votes to Noboa for money and gifts.

The people of Latin/South America had to look that they elected these corrupt politicians who had done nothing to to bring them out of poverty. These politicians take turn to loot the country’s resources with the help of big corporations. The change always makes people nervous but there is no harm in trying to elect someone who is an outsider by giving him a one term chance and closely monitoring his policies. The people can always get rid of the person for voting against him if he did not delivered what he promised but it is unfair to sell your votes for money and gifts. The money you will spend in few days the gifts will not lasts for ever the only thing which will improve their life is better eduction better medical facilities better employment benefits.

The socialism is not “evil” or against Christianity. People can keep going to their Churches praying the way they are praying now with better government social programs.

My personal choices would be Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, Daniel Ortega n Nicaragua and Correa in Ecuador. Time for change. Time for Latin/South America to get united by developing social economic and diplomatic relations which will uplift the living conditions of people.

The following news is interesting and I like the decisions of these five candidates withdrawal from the race and throw their support to reelect President Hugo Chavez.

Caracas, Oct 20 (Prensa Latina) The Venezuelan electoral panorama shows Friday new adjustments among the presidential candidacies after five nominees withdrew from the race and declared support for Hugo Chavez.

Today, Angel Blanco (Mision Venezuela), Enoes Sanchez, Abaddes Vazquez (Union Nacional de Organizaciones Sociales Independientes), Jose Chavez (Partido Accion Social Revolucionaria) and Lourdes Santander informed the national Electoral Council of their decision.

According to Jose Albornoz, secretary general of Homeland for All, all those candidates will support President Hugo Chavez s drive for reelection, which strengthens the Bloc for Change.

After that step, there are four women and eleven men in the electoral battle led by Chavez.

Analysts forecast new adjustments in the contenders list in the 43 days left for the December 3 polling and some even expect the withdrawal of Manuel Rosales, the main opposition challenger.

The statesman has repeatedly warned that any action of that kind aims at minimizing credibility and clarity in the Venezuelan electoral process.

However, Rosales continues touring the nation and publicly presenting proposals.

Following is reported by Latin America News Agency which is more truthful than London based or US based websites reports.

Chavez ahead, Opposition Toughens

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