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Venezuelan authority warns about right wing’s destabilizing plan

Caracas, May 30 (Prensa Latina) The first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, warned about the plans of sectors of the national opposition, which include the seizure of the Miraflores Palace, seat of the Government.

The political leader revealed on television last night a pamphlet circulating in Venezuela and Miami, in which the right drew up a schedule to generate violence once the National Electoral Council (CNE) announces the results of the presidential elections on July 28th.

Cabello denounced that sectors of the opposition and US imperialism intend to lead the country into a civil war, and warned that the plans will clash with the intention of the revolutionary and Chavista forces to maintain and defend peace in the streets.

The pamphlet includes photos alluding to each of the operations to be carried out, calls for “everyone to vote and stay at the Voting Centers” on July 28th, and calls for a “March and Takeover of Miraflores” the next day “regardless of the results announced by the CNE.” For July 30th, the pamphlet calls for an “Open Trial against senior government leaders” and considers that the 31st will be the day of the “Renaissance of Venezuela.”

Cabello pointed out that this is the destabilizing plan of the right, and expressed that “it is what they think they are going to do, and we are going to stay calm.” He also commented that “they (the extremist opposition sector) must have the University Stadium prepared for the trial announced by the fascist opposition against the Chavistas, as it happened in Chile in 1971 after the overthrow of the democratic government of Salvador Allende.”

“In the last 25 years we have learnt to resist, and we have not sat back and watched what happens,” the functionary warned, and asserted that the Chavista forces “have fought, resisted, won and built our own victories. We have also learnt, we make mistakes, but less than before,” he stressed, adding that in all this time they learned to “get to know [the opposition] who never bets on electoral means because “their record is always that of violence.”