Saturday, September 25, 2010

FARC and Chavez’s Elections on September 26, 2010

Updated September 27, 2010

Colombian government has removed senator working with Hugo Chavez because of cooperation with FARC as reported on the following article:

Destituyen a Piedad Córdoba por colaboración con FARC

Dear Journalists,

The press is reporting that among the FARC members killed by the Colombian government was one of Hugo Chavez’s official militants:

Colombian rebel leader reportedly killed in military strike

Chavez urges peace in Colombia after rebel's death

The Colombian newspaper El Tiempo reports that the FARC computer evidence found at the site of the bombing is larger than the previously found where FARC leader Raul Reyes was killed:
Picture of Raul Reyes visiting a Venezuelan government building escorted by Chavez’s Vice President Jose Vicente Rangel:

Computadores del 'Mono Jojoy' tienen 11 veces más información que los de 'Raúl Reyes'

Venezuelans will be voting for legislative candidates on September 26, 2010. The following link is to opposition Mayor Leopoldo Lopez’s website:

You can follow Mayor Lopez on Twitter @LEOPOLDOLOPEZ

Venezuela's legislative election

Chávez grapples with a 50/50 nation

Voters prepare for first competitive election in years

Scrutin législatif teinté de"jeunisme" au Venezuela

Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat writes on his column Los enemigos a derrotar el 26-s the enemies to beat are Hugo Chavez and apathy.

International organizations are called to please monitor the September 26 elections to avoid electronic cheating by Chavez’s own electoral machines. Venezuelans need the aid from the International Court of Justice to resolve abuse of power in Venezuela and restore democracy.

Link to possible fraud as reported by blogger Alek Boyd for previous elections:

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