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Most Venezuelans Reject Maduro's Bid for New Constitution After Deadly Unrest
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jat
2017-06-11 09:53:05 UTC
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President Nicolas Maduro's plan to rewrite the constitution is opposed by 85 percent of Venezuelans, according to a survey by polling company Datanalisis carried out as protests calling for presidential elections grew increasingly intense.

In the poll, conducted between May 29 and June 4, 85 percent of respondents agreed with the statement: "There is no need to change the current constitution. What the government should do is enforce it."

Maduro, 54, has called a July 30 election to choose lawmakers who will then work on the new charter, calling it a way to restore peace after two months of anti-government unrest that has killed 67 people.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/most-venezuelans-reject-maduro-apos-194422899.html

/jat
Knowledge will set you free
El conocimiento te hará libre
PL
2017-06-11 11:08:44 UTC
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On 6/11/2017 11:53 AM, jat wrote:
Part of the story as usual.

PS: must hurt to see how unpopular one of your favorite dictators has
become.?

Most Venezuelans Reject Maduro's Bid for New Constitution After Deadly
Unrest
Reuters, Newsweek • June 10, 2017

President Nicolas Maduro's plan to rewrite the constitution is opposed
by 85 percent of Venezuelans, according to a survey by polling company
Datanalisis carried out as protests calling for presidential elections
grew increasingly intense.

In the poll, conducted between May 29 and June 4, 85 percent of
respondents agreed with the statement: "There is no need to change the
current constitution. What the government should do is enforce it."

Maduro, 54, has called a July 30 election to choose lawmakers who will
then work on the new charter, calling it a way to restore peace after
two months of anti-government unrest that has killed 67 people.

Trending: Capgras Syndrome: The Rare Psychiatric Delusion Where You
Believe Your Loved Ones Are Imposters

However, opposition parties say they will not take part in the election,
which could dissolve the current, opposition dominated parliament. The
proposal has run into rare criticism from within the government's own ranks.

Opposition supporters attend a rally against Venezuelan President
Nicolas Maduro's government, in Caracas, Venezuela June 9. Reuters

The opposition says the vote is a sham designed purely to keep him in
power and with rules skewed in favor of the government. They want to
bring forward the next presidential vote due at the end of 2018.

Don't miss: French Elections: Macron Is Set for Victory Against
Mainstream Parties in Historic Upset

The poll was posted on the website prodavinci.com, where largely
anti-government articles are posted, and confirmed by Datanalisis' head
Luis Vicente Leon, who has been a strong critic of President Nicolas Maduro.

Datanalisis did not reveal the number of participants, saying the
interviews were done by telephone with families from a range of economic
backgrounds. Maduro's government has been put under pressure by two
months of often violent opposition street protests that have led to at
least 67 deaths, thousands of injuries, hundreds of arrests and
widespread destruction.

Protesters gathered again on Saturday for a march dubbed "towards victory."

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Maduro calls violent protesters "terrorists" who are seeking to topple
him with the help of the United States and other foreign powers.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday called the situation in
Venezuela "concerning," in comments the government decried as
interference that would fuel opposition violence.

Maduro's approval rating in the poll was 21.9 percent, including people
who considered his performance as president, not bad, good and very good.

Source: Most Venezuelans Reject Maduro's Bid for New Constitution After
Deadly Unrest -
https://www.yahoo.com/news/most-venezuelans-reject-maduro-apos-194422899.html
jat
2017-06-11 12:35:45 UTC
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President Nicolas Maduro's plan to rewrite the constitution is opposed
by 85 percent of Venezuelans, according to a survey by polling company
Datanalisis carried out as protests calling for presidential elections
grew increasingly intense.

In the poll, conducted between May 29 and June 4, 85 percent of
respondents agreed with the statement: "There is no need to change the
current constitution. What the government should do is enforce it."

Maduro, 54, has called a July 30 election to choose lawmakers who will
then work on the new charter, calling it a way to restore peace after
two months of anti-government unrest that has killed 67 people.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/most-venezuelans-reject-maduro-apos-194422899.html

/jat
Knowledge will set you free
El conocimiento te hará libre
PL
2017-06-11 12:55:14 UTC
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On 6/11/2017 2:35 PM, jat wrote:

Same crap. Same reply


Part of the story as usual.

PS: must hurt to see how unpopular one of your favorite dictators has
become.?

Most Venezuelans Reject Maduro's Bid for New Constitution After Deadly
Unrest
Reuters, Newsweek • June 10, 2017

President Nicolas Maduro's plan to rewrite the constitution is opposed
by 85 percent of Venezuelans, according to a survey by polling company
Datanalisis carried out as protests calling for presidential elections
grew increasingly intense.

In the poll, conducted between May 29 and June 4, 85 percent of
respondents agreed with the statement: "There is no need to change the
current constitution. What the government should do is enforce it."

Maduro, 54, has called a July 30 election to choose lawmakers who will
then work on the new charter, calling it a way to restore peace after
two months of anti-government unrest that has killed 67 people.

Trending: Capgras Syndrome: The Rare Psychiatric Delusion Where You
Believe Your Loved Ones Are Imposters

However, opposition parties say they will not take part in the election,
which could dissolve the current, opposition dominated parliament. The
proposal has run into rare criticism from within the government's own ranks.

Opposition supporters attend a rally against Venezuelan President
Nicolas Maduro's government, in Caracas, Venezuela June 9. Reuters

The opposition says the vote is a sham designed purely to keep him in
power and with rules skewed in favor of the government. They want to
bring forward the next presidential vote due at the end of 2018.

Don't miss: French Elections: Macron Is Set for Victory Against
Mainstream Parties in Historic Upset

The poll was posted on the website prodavinci.com, where largely
anti-government articles are posted, and confirmed by Datanalisis' head
Luis Vicente Leon, who has been a strong critic of President Nicolas Maduro.

Datanalisis did not reveal the number of participants, saying the
interviews were done by telephone with families from a range of economic
backgrounds. Maduro's government has been put under pressure by two
months of often violent opposition street protests that have led to at
least 67 deaths, thousands of injuries, hundreds of arrests and
widespread destruction.

Protesters gathered again on Saturday for a march dubbed "towards victory."

Most popular: Working Memory: What Is It, Why Is It Important and How
Can You Improve It?

Maduro calls violent protesters "terrorists" who are seeking to topple
him with the help of the United States and other foreign powers.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday called the situation in
Venezuela "concerning," in comments the government decried as
interference that would fuel opposition violence.

Maduro's approval rating in the poll was 21.9 percent, including people
who considered his performance as president, not bad, good and very good.

Source: Most Venezuelans Reject Maduro's Bid for New Constitution After
Deadly Unrest -
https://www.yahoo.com/news/most-venezuelans-reject-maduro-apos-194422899.html
jat
2017-06-11 16:09:53 UTC
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Blah-blah-blah... So, you're posting crap too
Your statement doesn't convince anybody, YMF

/jat
Knowledge will set you free
El conocimiento te hará libre
Post by PL
Same crap. Same reply
Part of the story as usual.
PS: must hurt to see how unpopular one of your favorite dictators has
become.?
Most Venezuelans Reject Maduro's Bid for New Constitution After Deadly
Unrest
Reuters, Newsweek • June 10, 2017
President Nicolas Maduro's plan to rewrite the constitution is opposed
by 85 percent of Venezuelans, according to a survey by polling company
Datanalisis carried out as protests calling for presidential elections
grew increasingly intense.
In the poll, conducted between May 29 and June 4, 85 percent of
respondents agreed with the statement: "There is no need to change the
current constitution. What the government should do is enforce it."
Maduro, 54, has called a July 30 election to choose lawmakers who will
then work on the new charter, calling it a way to restore peace after
two months of anti-government unrest that has killed 67 people.
Trending: Capgras Syndrome: The Rare Psychiatric Delusion Where You
Believe Your Loved Ones Are Imposters
However, opposition parties say they will not take part in the election,
which could dissolve the current, opposition dominated parliament. The
proposal has run into rare criticism from within the government's own ranks.
Opposition supporters attend a rally against Venezuelan President
Nicolas Maduro's government, in Caracas, Venezuela June 9. Reuters
The opposition says the vote is a sham designed purely to keep him in
power and with rules skewed in favor of the government. They want to
bring forward the next presidential vote due at the end of 2018.
Don't miss: French Elections: Macron Is Set for Victory Against
Mainstream Parties in Historic Upset
The poll was posted on the website prodavinci.com, where largely
anti-government articles are posted, and confirmed by Datanalisis' head
Luis Vicente Leon, who has been a strong critic of President Nicolas Maduro.
Datanalisis did not reveal the number of participants, saying the
interviews were done by telephone with families from a range of economic
backgrounds. Maduro's government has been put under pressure by two
months of often violent opposition street protests that have led to at
least 67 deaths, thousands of injuries, hundreds of arrests and
widespread destruction.
Protesters gathered again on Saturday for a march dubbed "towards victory."
Most popular: Working Memory: What Is It, Why Is It Important and How
Can You Improve It?
Maduro calls violent protesters "terrorists" who are seeking to topple
him with the help of the United States and other foreign powers.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday called the situation in
Venezuela "concerning," in comments the government decried as
interference that would fuel opposition violence.
Maduro's approval rating in the poll was 21.9 percent, including people
who considered his performance as president, not bad, good and very good.
Source: Most Venezuelans Reject Maduro's Bid for New Constitution After
Deadly Unrest -
https://www.yahoo.com/news/most-venezuelans-reject-maduro-apos-194422899.html
PL
2017-06-11 16:53:02 UTC
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Post by jat
Blah-blah-blah...
More crap from you.
Indeed.
Get a life. You are such a boring idiot.
MDR
Post by jat
Post by PL
Same crap. Same reply
Part of the story as usual.
PS: must hurt to see how unpopular one of your favorite dictators has
become.?
Most Venezuelans Reject Maduro's Bid for New Constitution After Deadly
Unrest
Reuters, Newsweek • June 10, 2017
President Nicolas Maduro's plan to rewrite the constitution is opposed
by 85 percent of Venezuelans, according to a survey by polling company
Datanalisis carried out as protests calling for presidential elections
grew increasingly intense.
In the poll, conducted between May 29 and June 4, 85 percent of
respondents agreed with the statement: "There is no need to change the
current constitution. What the government should do is enforce it."
Maduro, 54, has called a July 30 election to choose lawmakers who will
then work on the new charter, calling it a way to restore peace after
two months of anti-government unrest that has killed 67 people.
Trending: Capgras Syndrome: The Rare Psychiatric Delusion Where You
Believe Your Loved Ones Are Imposters
However, opposition parties say they will not take part in the
election, which could dissolve the current, opposition dominated
parliament. The proposal has run into rare criticism from within the
government's own ranks.
Opposition supporters attend a rally against Venezuelan President
Nicolas Maduro's government, in Caracas, Venezuela June 9. Reuters
The opposition says the vote is a sham designed purely to keep him in
power and with rules skewed in favor of the government. They want to
bring forward the next presidential vote due at the end of 2018.
Don't miss: French Elections: Macron Is Set for Victory Against
Mainstream Parties in Historic Upset
The poll was posted on the website prodavinci.com, where largely
anti-government articles are posted, and confirmed by Datanalisis'
head Luis Vicente Leon, who has been a strong critic of President
Nicolas Maduro.
Datanalisis did not reveal the number of participants, saying the
interviews were done by telephone with families from a range of
economic backgrounds. Maduro's government has been put under pressure
by two months of often violent opposition street protests that have
led to at least 67 deaths, thousands of injuries, hundreds of arrests
and widespread destruction.
Protesters gathered again on Saturday for a march dubbed "towards victory."
Most popular: Working Memory: What Is It, Why Is It Important and How
Can You Improve It?
Maduro calls violent protesters "terrorists" who are seeking to topple
him with the help of the United States and other foreign powers.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday called the situation in
Venezuela "concerning," in comments the government decried as
interference that would fuel opposition violence.
Maduro's approval rating in the poll was 21.9 percent, including
people who considered his performance as president, not bad, good and
very good.
Source: Most Venezuelans Reject Maduro's Bid for New Constitution
After Deadly Unrest -
https://www.yahoo.com/news/most-venezuelans-reject-maduro-apos-194422899.html
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