Rangel: In 18 years the opposition has not been able to apply clear policies

José Vicente Rangel, political analyst and journalist, said on Sunday that the opposition in 18 years, a time in which the Bolivarian Revolution has guided the country, has not managed to implement clear policies and strategies.

In his opinion, the Venezuelan right wing has been unable to unravel the emergence of Chavismo. He also considers that faults in the interpretation of Venezuelan reality, born with the first electoral triumph of Hugo Chávez, in 1998, led the opposition leadership to commit the chain of errors that have characterized their political career.

He added that the Venezuelan opposition right wing has been unable to unravel the emergence of Chavismo. “In their analyzes prevailed a reductionist vision, marked by February 4 (of 1992), which led the opposition leadership to trust that Chavismo was only a traditional militarist expression”, he said.

Finally he said that opposition has renounced national identity and became an instrument at the service of powerful forces determined to attack Venezuela. The information was provided during the broadcast of his “José Vicente Hoy” (José Vicente Today) program.