Arreaza highlighted in recent statements that the government plan presented for the development of Barinas comes from the proposals emanating from dozens of municipal, parochial and community assemblies.
He stated in regards to this that the campaign actions have revolved around the consultation and systematization of information related to existing problems in health, education, infrastructure, production, housing, among other problems identified by the population.
He also called on voters to exercise the right to vote and reject abstentionist positions to defend Barinas from the threat posed by the right wing, whose plan, as he said, is to get hold of the state to generate destabilization processes.
The electoral campaign will conclude on Thursday, January 6th, ahead of the elections called for Sunday for the election of the governor of Barinas, following the decision of the Supreme Court of Justice to annul the results for that position registered on last November 21st.
Over eight million Venezuelans voted on that day to elect the 23 governors and 335 mayors, in addition to the members of the regional legislative councils and municipal councils.