“I came out to vote because I’m tired of standing in line to get fuel and fill up a gas bottle, plus the power outage of up to 5 hours a day is unbearable !”, said Belkis Yanet Salazar, an elderly woman who exercised her right to vote in an open-air voting center, next to the Bolivarian School, in the Las Mercedes urbanization, in Palavecino.
Complaints about the failures of public services are frequent among the voters consulted in a tour made by the La Prensa de Lara reporting team, both in José Gregorio Bastidas and Cabudare parishes in Palavecino, and in the parish of Santa Rosa in municipality. .
“We are tired of walking a lot to fill water bottles, because what comes out of the pipes is air,” said Noris Medina, who decided to go out to vote because he considered the primary opposition election was the beginning of his voting. giving political change in Venezuela.
“I decided to go out and vote because the situation in the country is strong. Public sector salaries are not enough, inflation is putting us in poverty, we need an opposition candidate who is a good manager and statesman, who can defeat of the Government, will come to power to change the State,” said Aída García, a woman who voted in a center of the urbanization of La Morenera in the municipality of Palavecino. A place of 6:00 am this Sunday , October , was hit by two motor vehicles, according to Francisco Loyo, coordinator of the center.
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