Video shows “pressures” in Venezuela elections
October 12, 2012
A video shows how electoral board ruling prosecutors accompany people to the place where they should cast their vote and elect the candidate.
Executive Editor of Brazilian media chain O Globo, Pedro Doria, recorded these images, and reported that the person accompanying the woman to the polling place, was from the party of Hugo Chavez.
Thus, it was reported pressure from the ruling party at the time of voting. This occurred in a shantytown located on the outskirts of Caracas, called Petare.
Chavez won with 54% of the vote on Sunday, setting a new term as head of Venezuela.