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Not even the rain stopped the march of Chavismo in Portuguesa

The people of Araure mobilized against the blockade and in support of Maduro

Defying the rain, the town of Araure, in the Portuguesa state, came out in an anti-imperialist march that once again rejected the blockade against Venezuela and ratified support for President Nicolás Maduro.

From hamlets and urban areas, the Chavistas mobilized to concentrate in the Tamarindo sector, specifically on the Puente de la Mujer, and from there march to 22nd Avenue between 6th and 7th streets, overflowing with Bolivarian Fury the streets and avenues of a large part of the city ​​center.

The mobilization was led by Blanca Eekhout, liaison of the National Directorate of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (Psuv) with Portuguesa, who highlighted the level of awareness and organizational capacity with which the people remain on the streets, facing the “war multifactorial” of imperialism and prepared for the presidential elections of July 28.

“While the patarucos who are at the service of the empire want violence and would like to generate a state of commotion so that the people are paralyzed, we remain in the streets, mobilized and aware that we are fighting a crucial battle for peace, for our children. ", for history, for the heroic past of our country and for the future," he highlighted.

In the company of the political leader of the red party in Portuguesa, Primitivo Cedeño, the socialist leader recalled “the guarimbas, the assassination attempts and occupation of the territory, the more than 900 sanctions against the Venezuelan people, the threats and other attacks from the right in the midst of “an economic, political, media and psychological war that seeks to divide us because they know that the devil is in division.”

1x10 flesh and blood

Eekhout urged the Chavismo militancy in Portuguesa to consolidate the 1×10 machinery to guarantee the mobilization and realization of the revolutionary vote on July 28. “It shouldn't be a 1 × 10 lie, it has to be real,” he said.

He alleged that for any scenario and contest you have to prepare and that is done “hand to hand”, which is why the 1×10 must be complemented with a house-to-house visit to motivate the vote, “attend to the Chavista brother, help the who needs it and convince those who are doubtful.”

The leader Primitivo Cedeño also asked the structures of the Psuv and allied parties to concentrate on a “1×10 of flesh and blood to move our people”, a tool that, together with house-to-house, is essential for the triumph of the Bolivarian Revolution.

Looking ahead to the presidential elections, Cedeño assured that “51 days separate us from the greatest victory of the Revolution” and called on the street leaders, the Local Supply and Production Committees (Clap) and the Bolívar-Chávez Battle Units ( UBCh) to “knock on doors and review the 1×10” with time for Portuguesa to advance “all united towards a single objective: to massively and forcefully re-elect President Nicolás Maduro.”

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