Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro and his allies are going forward with their plans to hold legislative elections in December in the midst of the new coronavirus pandemic and marked by the distrust of government opponents in the electoral authority.

This authority was selected without the support of the Legislature – consisting of an opposition majority – and made up of directors seen as allies of the government.

Ahead of the vote scheduled for December 6, residents started registering to vote or update their personal details.

Source: Aljazeera


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