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UN NUEVO DIA PARA VENEZUELA !!!!

Tras el primer boletín anunciado por la presidenta del CNE, Tibisay Lucena, así quedó conformada la AN para el periodo 2016-2020




Aun faltan por definir circuitos de Amazonas, Apure, Aragua, Carabobo, Guárico, Lara y Monagas




Leer más: http://noticiaaldia.com/2015/12/oposicion-gana-parlamentarias-con-99-diputados/







VICTORIA !!! : DIOSDADO CABELLO TIENE EL TIEMPO CONTADO

The Venezuelan Electoral Board just announced the first official results announcing the Opposition obtained With 96.03% of the vote 99 Deputies and Chavismo’s PSUV obtained only 46 Deputies.



 This means a super majority, a scenario that I considered highly unlikely even today. 


17 Deputies by name can not be defined, the three indigeneous people and one by list. 74% of the people voted.














De confirmarse una victoria superior a los 110 diputados, la oposición estaría en condiciones de iniciar un verdadero cambio en Venezuela, y contaría con suficiente para anular el control que el chavismo actualmente ejerce sobre el Tribunal Supremo de Justicia y sobre las autoridades lectorales.








Una victoria inferior a esa proporción, de entre 100 a 111 diputados, permitiría aprobar un voto de censura del vicepresidente y los ministros, lo que implicaría su destitución, además de aprobar leyes.







Y una victoria con una mayoría simple, de entre 84 y 99 diputados, le daría a la oposición el poder de aprobar ley…

MEXICO MANGO MAFIA 2.0 : WHERE MANGO INDUSTRY EXTORSION MONEY ENDS UP

With blood and fire, organized crime turns illegal mining into a source of income that is as important as drugs throughout Latin America











By GERARDO REYES - UNIVISION INVESTIGA*









When Janier Adrián Villada remembers his victims, he smiles nervously and closes his eyes, as if he were dazzled. It seems to be the last spontaneous indication of his shame.





The illiterate 28-year-old, who started killing at 14, initially eluded with figurative language the story about his role as an assassin, but as he got deeper into his memories during an exclusive interview with Univision, he cut out the metaphors and, with direct verbs and exact caliber, explained how he did it.




He killed 49 people.


“Why did I do it?”he asked, smiling again. 

“Well, the truth is that always, ever since I was very young, I’ve worked for organizations and I’ve been paid, and I knew that my job was, if they ordered me to kill someone, to go and kill.”





Villada was the chief gunman for the Los Rastrojos criminal gang in northwestern …

LATEST UPDATE FROM VENEZUELA WITH 90% VOTES IN

The Venezuelan Electoral Board just announced the first official results announcing the Opposition obtained With 96.03% of the vote 99 Deputies and Chavismo’s PSUV obtained only 46 Deputies. 




This means a super majority, a scenario that I considered highly unlikely even today. 


17 Deputies by name can not be defined, the three indigeneous people and one by list. 74% of the people voted.









































All We Need Now Is For The Government To Accept Opposition Won In Venezuela





December 6, 2015






11:29 PM Rumor is that the CNE will announce a smaller number of Deputies for the opposition (108?) to mitigate the impact of results. They will say other races are too close too call, even if they know they are not.



10:42 PM: 112 and still fighting for more…



10:36 PM Right now, 112 is a certainty.



10:30 PM At this time, people are suggesting the opposition has obtained 2/3 of the Deputies. I am told this is possible but can not be called at this time.



9:46 Some races in Carabobo, Lara and Monagas too close to call at t…

UPDATE ON VENEZUELA NATIONAL ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS

Voting Much Stronger In The East Of Caracas Than In The West

by moctavio









I went to do my usual spin around Caracas to see how things were going along. I went from one end to another hitting too deep into Catia (More on that later!) as well as Petare. 



My overall general conclusion is that the lines were much longer and heavier in the West areas (Catia, La Pastora, Quinta Crespo), than in the East from Chacao to Petare, where I saw bigger lines.



In the west of Caracas,  the presence of Chavismo was also felt more, including the omnipresent image of Chávez everywhere, as well as kiosks too close to polling stations.




 Here is how present Chávez was:




How prescient of him to know exactly what the ballot would look like in 2016...






In the West, polling centers were less detectable than in the East of Caracas, streets were seldom blocked, which seems to be the rule in the East of the city and lines in the west of Caracas were fairly short, if present. 


This would suggest to me at first sight.  that d…