Venezuela is in a state of protracted crisis. Which of course is not beneficial for any country. Furthermore, Venezuela's relations with other countries are not very good especially the United States. Venezuelans have been summoned to the polls on Sunday to vote for a new lawmaking body, to be known as the Constituent Assembly. The vote will be split into two categories -- some voters will register by municipality, others based on the industry in which they are employed. Representatives of Venezuela's opposition and leaders abroad have spoken out against the vote, saying it will erase the last remaining vestiges of democracy in the crisis-ridden country. According to me it's it's finally time for Venezuela to look forward their divisions and adopt democracy. And I believe these protests might turn out to be helpful for the people.
Feb 24, 2018
At the end this April 2018, the presidential election in Venezuela is coming. On the other hand, unclear problem is the constitutions of Venezuela will begin dictating six-year presidential term at 2019. It is unclear who from the fragmented opposition will stand against Maduro. He also announced that the country's main opposition parties would be banned taking part in elections. That is why, "a lot of people very worried", including members of the opposition who have been calling for "fair, transparent and internationally supervised elections which they believe could not take place before the end of the year" How do you also think that is a political change will become in Venezuela from this April election?