lunes, 15 de abril de 2013

Nicolas Maduro wins

After a tense wait for the late delivery of the first results, the Venezuela's National Electoral Council (CNE) announced that it was the official candidate, Nicolás Maduro, who won the presidential elections in the country with 50.66% of votes .The president of Venezuela's electoral body, Tibisay Lucena Ramírez, who thus won his main rival, opposition leader Henrique Capriles, who got 49.07% of the electorate.The delay and some allegations of irregularities from the opposition camp, had created an atmosphere of tension, not only within Venezuela, if not in the foreign media that followed this process.Also, through social networks, journalists and politicians, suggesting that the delay in the announcement of results, was due to the narrow margin between the two competitors, a fact finally confirmed.The head of the CNE said before the result is so closed talks with both candidates to let them know the situation and that the trend was irreversible.In this regard, Ramirez Lucena called for calm on the Venezuelan people to respect the election results.The president-elect was soon thanking the crowd who gathered at the Miraflores palace to celebrate the victory of Chavez."Today we can say that we have a fair electoral triumph, popular and constitutional." "To qualify you have to follow rules. And I said that if I lost by one vote handed power," said Maduro."Rest assured that if the CNE had said that another candidate had won would be here sticking up (...) because this constitution has been built with our fists," he said.Maduro said he had received a call two hours before his speech. "Two hours ago the opposition candidate wanted to talk to me. I said there are some results, you know what they are."Capriles said he proposed pact "and knowing what the decision of the people. But I said no, because I respect my voters, to his, to all.'s Why there can be no agreement between us."Minutes later Henrique Capriles said it will not recognize the figures released by the CNE."I want to tell my people that I deal not with lies and corruption, my covenant is with God and with the Venezuelans. I say this because Maduro said that there was a deal here. I tell them I do not deal with illegitimacy, with those who feel that they are not legitimate."We told the government that we have a different result which has been released today, for the sake of democracy we want to do an audit because we are talking about a tiny difference.""We want to tell the big loser Maduro today you are and what you represent."Defrayed nearly 19 million VenezuelansOn Sunday, about 19 million Venezuelans participated in the election of Hugo Chavez's successor, who died last March after ruling the country for 14 years.In these early elections clashed dolphin Chavez, Nicolas Maduro, who served as acting president despite questions of legitimacy, and opposition leader Henrique Capriles.The current acting president promised hospitals, build a new baseball stadium and a football in Caracas, a national mining fund, road widening, cable car and three wage increases this year, which total up to 45% will raise the minimum wage 2047 bolivars (about $ 324), among others.Meanwhile, Capriles, who has questioned the "regaladera" by the current administration allies in other countries, said that expected, with private support, the construction of 200,000 homes per year.Also a general wage increase of 40% and adjusted by the same percentage pensions, and the creation of a fund for medicines for pensioners, among other promises.Whoever wins, the new president will receive a country with a complex economic situation, which contrasts with its oil revenues and doubts fulfilling many promises inherited from the recently concluded campaign electoral.Tras a tense wait, the delay in the Delivery of the first results, the Venezuela's National Electoral Council (CNE) announced that it was the official candidate, Nicolás Maduro, who won the presidential elections in the country with 50.66% of the votes.The president of Venezuela's electoral body, Tibisay Lucena Ramírez, who thus won his main rival, opposition leader Henrique Capriles, who got 49.07% of the electorate.The delay and some allegations of irregularities from the opposition camp, had created an atmosphere of tension, not only within Venezuela, if not in the foreign media that followed this process.Also, through social networks, journalists and politicians, suggesting that the delay in the announcement of results, was due to the narrow margin between the two competitors, a fact finally confirmed.The head of the CNE said before the result is so closed talks with both candidates to let them know the situation and that the trend was irreversible.In this regard, Ramirez Lucena called for calm on the Venezuelan people to respect the election results.The president-elect was soon thanking the crowd who gathered at the Miraflores palace to celebrate the victory of Chavez."Today we can say that we have a fair electoral triumph, popular and constitutional." "To qualify you have to follow rules. And I said that if I lost by one vote handed power," said Maduro."Rest assured that if the CNE had said that another candidate had won would be here sticking up (...) because this constitution has been built with our fists," he said.Maduro said he had received a call two hours before his speech. "Two hours ago the opposition candidate wanted to talk to me. I said there are some results, you know what they are."Capriles said he proposed pact "and knowing what the decision of the people. But I said no, because I respect my voters, to his, to all.'s Why there can be no agreement between us."Minutes later Henrique Capriles said it will not recognize the figures released by the CNE."I want to tell my people that I deal not with lies and corruption, my covenant is with God and with the Venezuelans. I say this because Maduro said that there was a deal here. I tell them I do not deal with illegitimacy, with those who feel that they are not legitimate."We told the government that we have a different result which has been released today, for the sake of democracy we want to do an audit because we are talking about a tiny difference.""We want to tell the big loser Maduro today you are and what you represent."Defrayed nearly 19 million Venezuelans
Nicolás Maduro elegido presidente venezolano
On Sunday, about 19 million Venezuelans participated in the election of Hugo Chavez's successor, who died last March after ruling the country for 14 years.In these early elections clashed dolphin Chavez, Nicolas Maduro, who served as acting president despite questions of legitimacy, and opposition leader Henrique Capriles.The current acting president promised hospitals, build a new baseball stadium and a football in Caracas, a national mining fund, road widening, cable car and three wage increases this year, which total up to 45% will raise the minimum wage 2047 bolivars (about $ 324), among others.Meanwhile, Capriles, who has questioned the "regaladera" by the current administration allies in other countries, said that expected, with private support, the construction of 200,000 homes per year.Also a general wage increase of 40% and adjusted by the same percentage pensions, and the creation of a fund for medicines for pensioners, among other promises.Whoever wins, the new president will receive a country with a complex economic situation, which contrasts with its oil revenues and doubts fulfilling many promises inherited from the recently concluded election campaign.