"Should a Plan B cross their mind, we do have a Plan Ch"
President Chávez pointed to "a large number of undecided"
"The Bolivarian hurricane set off!" President Hugo Chávez cried out in a Constitución avenue scrammed with people in Maracay, the capital city of central-northern Aragua state at the beginning of his campaign seeking for reelection next October 7.
The Head of State led a caravan from Mariara, central-northern Carabobo state to Maracay. In arriving at his destination, he confessed to his followers that tears would come to his eyes. "Maracay, I give you my tears as a token of emotion," he offered up.
After singing the National Anthem, he took the floor at 2:05 in the afternoon of Sunday, July 1. "Between Chávez and the lousy candidate there are no less than 20 points of difference at this time," he boasted and promised once again to fight for reaching 10 million votes.
"The bourgeoisie has started to call out fraud (...) Whenever they call out fraud and rail on the National Electoral Council (CNE), Plan República, the national armed forces, institutions, this means that a Plan B, violence, has crossed their minds. If a Plan B ever occurs to them, we do have Plan Ch," the president cautioned.
Chávez asked his supporters to fight "the battle of ideas" to capture undecided and "confused" voters.
"There is a group of undecided; let's convince them; some may be confused because of the psychological war; let's go for them; for new voters," the president ordered.
Luis Jiménez Alfaro seems to have hidden under the rocks. The last time he was seen was on April 2006 walking calmly around Simón Bolívar International Airport of Maiquetía, located nearby Caracas. At that time, more than five tons of cocaine arrived in Mexico in an airplane which took off from Venezuela, and his name featured as a missing piece of the puzzle of one of the most massive drug shipments that has been witnessed in the Western Hemisphere.