Preparing to clean up major chaos
Update Nov 21, 2011
In support of Egyptian blogger Aliaa Elmahdy
Earlier this week Venezuelan pre-presidential candidates presented their ideas to the nation on how to fix the current political chaos. While all of the candidates have the basic same idea they differ in experience, courage, and fields enabling them to get the work done. Personally, I would like the most experienced as president and the rest in the immediate group/cabinet. I asked a few Venezuelan voters, and they are proud of the work that the pre-candidates have accomplished as current leaders. The fact is that their presentation was very refreshing, intelligent, civil and respectful in contrast with the abuse of power that Hugo Chavez represents. The pre-candidates plan to debate again the first week of December.
Ambassador Diego Arria announced during the debate that he will be on his way to the International Criminal Court (ICC) The Hague, Netherlands to file official complaint against Hugo Chavez for crimes against humanity.
Our @Diego_Arria took part in the first televised presidential debate in Venezuela
Maria Corina Machado
@mariacorina2011 denounced that there are 12,000 active criminal gangs in Venezuela. MCM has been the President of Sumate, and has ongoing research on the situation in Venezuela. Leopoldo Lopez, Pablo Perez and Henrique Capriles Radonski presented their plans, and they are admired by their constituents.
Henrique Capriles Radonski
The pre-candidates are asking for inputs for issues to resolve first. I would recommend to “only” spend Venezuela’s money in the nation for the next several years to improve citizens’ quality of life. (i.e. public safety, education, health, clean up the environment, unleaded gasoline, wind power, et al)
Journalist Marianella Salazar wrote article Diego Arria se la comió highlighting the major issues affecting the presidency http://patil.la/soFCbu
In critical situation are the physical conditions of Hugo Chavez’s political prisoners Journalist Leoncis Garcia and Police Officer Henry Vivas:
Ambassador Adolfo Taylhardat commented on Hugo Chavez’s announcement of a foreign nuclear submarine in Venezuelan waters.
and related article:
Venezuelans need help from world leaders, and the International Court of Justice, to resolve abuse of power in Venezuela and restore democracy.
My blog is: http://maruangarita.blogspot.com