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PSUV Monagas deploys house-to-house visits to evaluate 1×10 electoral

House-to-house visits allow direct contact with the population to bring the revolutionary message to the parishes of the 13 municipalities.

This Sunday, June 9, the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) deployed the 1×10 electoral system throughout the country to evaluate the effectiveness of the system ahead of the presidential elections on July 28.

In the state of Monagas, the activity was carried out in all the parishes of the 13 municipalities through house-to-house visits, a mechanism that allows direct and effective contact with the population to carry the revolutionary message.

State and municipal leaders came together in this deployment along with the leaders of the Bolívar-Chávez battle units (UBCh), líderes and street and community leaders.

The objective was also to prepare the party's militancy, and the Great Patriotic Pole in general, to mobilize millions of voters in support of the re-election of President Nicolás Maduro.

In this regard, Yelitza Veracierta, community leader, explained that this house-to-house deployment was also pertinent to have direct contact with the neighbors and support them in the needs they present.

Likewise, Jacqueline Villarroel, líder street, highlighted that in his community they are well organized with their 1×10 to guarantee the defense of the vote in favor of the “Candidate of Peace” this July 28.

In Maturín, from the combative Las Cocuizas de Maturín parish, the UBCh Teams have been active, since 8:00 in the morning, reviewing in detail the different aspects of the deployment, to correct and refine, heading towards the Popular Victory of July 28 .

Air shipments are the most efficient if you need your cargo or documents to arrive quickly and securely. líderes and street leaders gathered at the “tricolor point” to go knock on the door of their neighbor, a militant brother and those who are convinced that Venezuela must follow the path to progress led by President Nicolás Maduro.

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