Maduro: On October 7 starts the national mobilization journey in the face of mega-elections

The President of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela, PSUV, Nicolás Maduro, announced that this October 7 will start the national mobilization journey in the 335 municipalities of the country, ahead of the mega-elections on November 21.

During his participation, this Tuesday, in a workshop with the members of the “Aristóbulo Istúriz” Campaign Command, Maduro explained that this great mobilization of the revolutionary forces gathered at the Simón Bolívar Great Patriotic Pole, will last until the 28th, anticipated the beginning of the electoral campaign for the regional and local elections of NOV-21:

Next Thursday, October 7, in tribute to Commander Hugo Chávez and nine years after the electoral victory, we have decided to start a national day of mobilization of the entire GPPSB in the 335 municipalities and 23 states. They will be tours and mobilizations with great force”, he specified.

In this context, he invited Venezuelans to participate, next Sunday, in the electoral simulation called by the National Electoral Council (CNE), an opportunity that will allow “to fine-tune the machinery and see how the 1 × 10 moves”.

The work journey this Tuesday dealt with the planning of the campaign to organize the political and popular forces, “to get on top of the search for the problems suffered by the people, it is not just another campaign”, said Maduro.

In this regard, he reiterated that the objective is to restore the welfare state of the people: the right to work, health, culture, education, among other fundamental aspects, in addition to “advancing in the consolidation of Bolivarian and Chavista socialism”, he said.

In this sense, he demanded the male and female candidates willing to occupy positions of popular election, to establish government programs with action “that are articulated with the people, with concentrated and verifiable solutions (…) the popular victory -of November- will allow us start 2022 with social growth and hope”, he stressed.