In the morning hours, the deputy jose brito announced that the Comptroller General of the Republic ratified the disqualified status of the pre-candidate María Corina Machado. However, from abroad, different politicians spoke out and expressed their concern about this measure. They point to the Nicolás Maduro regime as the main person responsible for frustrating the electoral participation of one of his main opponents to be the presidency of Venezuela.
What political leaders supported María Corina Machado?
One of the first politicians in South America whose position was known regarding the situation of Machado He was the president of Colombia Gustavo Petro. This president, who previously showed sympathy for the Government of Ripe, this time he disapproved of the decision made against the rival of his ideological peer through a response in Twitter:
María Corina Machado: which candidates rejected their disqualification?
Through the social network Twitter, various pre-candidates for the primary elections from Venezuela showed their support for the Vente Venezuela policy:
- Delsa Solorzano
- Carlos Prosperi
- superlane freddy
- Roberto Enriquez
- andres caleca
- Andres Velasquez
- Henrique Capriles
- Tamara Adrian
- Cesar Perez Vivas
Foreign authorities reject Machado’s disqualification
In the same way as Venezuelan politicians, there are foreign authorities who showed their total repudiation of what they consider a ruse of the Venezuelan government to knock down their electoral rivals:
- Ricardo López – national deputy of Argentina
- Luis Almagro – OAS Secretary General
- Javier Nart – Member of the European Parliament
- Hermann Tertsch – Vox member
- José Ramón Bauzá – Member of the European Parliament
- Maite Pagazaurtundúa – deputy of Citizens