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High Chavez positions resign to join Maduro Constituent Assembly

High Chavez positions resign to join Maduro Constituent Assembly

High Chavez positions resign to join Maduro Constituent Assembly

High Chavez positions resign to join Maduro Constituent Assembly

High Chavez positions resign to join Maduro Constituent Assembly

High Chavez positions resign to join Maduro Constituent Assembly

Also studying to present the first lady, Cilia Flores; The strongman of the regime, deputy and vice-president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello; The brother of the late President Hugo Chávez and Minister of Culture, Adán Chávez.

According to President Maduro, the proposal of the Constituent Assembly  sought to pacify the country, immersed in a wave of protests untied after the Supreme Court's attempt at the end of March, controlled by Chavismo, to assume the functions of the opposition majority parliament. Although the opposition believes that the project will try to enshrine in the Constitution a whole series of privileges for Chavismo, over the weeks, fears have grown among sectors of the ruling party that foresee a possible generalized purge within the regime.

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The Government, through the National Electoral Council (CNE), has made sure to organize an election that will allow it to win the largest number of seats in the Constituent Assembly. The CNE has given greater weight to the rural districts, where Chavismo maintains the bulk of its voters, and has divided the vote between a "territorial area" - electors will select one delegate per municipality - and a "sectoral scope" - which Supposes the election of representatives of guilds and corporations dominated by the regime of Maduro.

The great promoter of this campaign is Diosdado Cabello. In his weekly television program, the regime's strongman counts the days until the Constituent Assembly begins, threatening opponents and journalists with sending them to jail. The main target of her messages is the attorney general, Luisa Ortega Díaz, who has become the leader of the sector of Chavismo that is against the writing of a new Constitution . "This Office has 53 days left, not one more," said Cabello during a broadcast last week.

Plenipotentiary Powers
Last Monday, in the traditional press conference of the PSUV, Cabello began to detail the functions that would assume the Constituent Assembly. As it has plenipotentiary powers, he said, he could replace Parliament and liquidate the immunity of the deputies. This is a clear message to the bench of the Democratic Unity Bureau (MUD), the opposition coalition that controls the National Assembly since January last year, the first time in 17 years since Chávez's first victory, although the Supreme Has declared it in contempt for a dispute over the possession of three lawmakers whose investiture had challenged justice.

The decision that prominent people of Chavismo leave their posts to join the National Constituent Assembly reveals the importance that the ruling party gives the project amid the siege that anti-government protests have laid on the president. The massive demonstrations have already caused 72 deaths and more than 1,000 wounded.

The apocalyptic credo of Cabello has its counterpart in the apparently institutional speech of the president of the National Electoral Council, Tibisay Lucena. The official announced yesterday that the elections of governors and mayors, which have been postponed since the end of last year, have been set for 10 December. The decision has been interpreted as a way of looking for the opposition to doubt its commitment to force the departure of Maduro. It is a risk that the MUD must evaluate as the government continues to split a small window into a different path.

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