Maduro bans main opposition parties from general elections

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Venezuela’s president, Nicolas Maduro, says the country’s main opposition parties are banned from taking part in next year’s presidential election.

He said only parties which took part in Sunday’s mayoral polls would be able to contest the presidency.

Leaders from the Justice First, Popular Will and Democratic Action parties boycotted the vote and said the electoral system is biased.

President Maduro insists the Venezuelan system is entirely trustworthy.

In October, the three main opposition parties announced they would be boycotting Sunday’s vote to elect mayors in more than 300 towns and cities.

They said the vote serves what they call President Maduro’s dictatorship.

President Maduro’s governing Socialist Party is expected to win the largest number of votes in the mayoral elections despite a worsening economic crisis.

(BBC)

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  1. this is what gaston wants to follow. …gaston please investigate Michael browne now the people of allsaints west wI’ll not vote for him next election. …coming from an alp member. ….we see what he doing

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