December 1, 2022

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Barinas: Venezuela’s Supreme Court has ordered re-election in its home state of Hugo Chavez.

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Barinas is one of the forts of Savismo.

Regional elections are set to take place again in the state of Paris, the birthplace of the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.

This was announced by the Supreme Court of Venezuela (TSJ) on Monday January 9, 2022 A tight end came between the re-election after the November 21 election Argenis Chavez, Brother of the late president and current governor and opponent Freddie Superlano.

On the same Monday, the Electoral Chamber of the TSJ ordered the suspension of “the number, judgment and proclamation of the new governor of Parinas”, which increased uncertainty and complaints on social media.

The reason for the suspension, according to the Supreme Court report, was a Constitutional protection measure Filed by politician Adolfo Ramon Superlano [no relacionado con Freddy Superlano], In view of the “tense situation between Magna Carta” and “political militants” who are considered to be the opposition’s, claiming that the constitutional rights to participation and suffrage have been violated.