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ELECTION 2012

Pro-government election team: Too early to talk about abstention

Jorge Rodríguez, the head of pro-government election team, Carabobo Command, promised that the red machinery would be displayed in the 23 Venezuelan states, in every municipality and parish, like in the presidential election

Rodríguez is convinced that government followers try to accomplish the mission entrusted by President Hugo Chávez (TV screen capture)
EL UNIVERSAL
Sunday December 16, 2012  12:21 PM

According to Jorge Rodríguez, the head of pro-government election team, Carabobo Command, it is too soon to call abstention in the gubernatorial election of Sunday, December 16.

"We bet on high turnout at the end of the day. Please, go out and vote," he said during the first press conference of the pro-government coalition. He promised that, like in the presidential election, the red machinery would be displayed in the 23 Venezuelan states, in every municipality and parish.

"We are making a millimeter follow-up (...) We will keep on monitoring minute after minute," he said, in reference to the participation of the government sector.

Rodríguez remembered that balloting stations would remain open until 6:00 p.m. and claimed that the procedure is "very fast."
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