Edgar Zambrano, AD: the primary is the first step for the transitional government

The first vice president of the Democratic Action party (AD) in resistance, Edgar Zambrano, expressed that the result of the opposition primaries scheduled to take place on October 22, will be the first step for a transitional government in Venezuela.

He said that the primary process is a fact that has the character of the desideratum of the national crisis, he also described it as the required opportunity, a political option with empowerment to legitimize the candidate based on voters throughout the national territory.

On October 22, the primary day will be held and “more than a dozen options are in dispute for Miraflores, the iconic center of the Executive Power.” After 24 years of hard work for the population, carrying out the reconstruction and cleaning up debris will not be an easy task. In this sense, the popular claim is unity with discipline.

In conversation with the youth bureau of AD, Lara branch, Zambrano described as positive the alliances between parties with a candidate and without a standard-bearer, since a “sense of belonging to the event and towards one or other of the actors in the starting line” is developed. .

“Hence the pronouncements in favor of Carlos Prosperi, the youngest candidate in the civilized contest, Henrique Capriles, surely in the next few days we will have new announcements, either from independent personalities, ex officio politicians, as well as partisan organizations.

That, “without a doubt, will move the electoral board, pointing out the horizon of October 22, concatenated with 2024, the end date of this bad memory,” he pointed out.

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With press information AD

The entry Edgar Zambrano, AD: the primary is the first step for a transitional government was first published in El Informador Venezuela.

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