Next Venezuelan President

Who’s Going to be the Next Venezuelan President?

This Sunday the 20th, there will be elections in Venezuela and the citizen will choose who is going to be the next Venezuelan President. Many would think that this is the step we have been looking forward to for so long, but it is far from the truth. This electoral process was proposed by the Constituent National Assembly which is not recognized internationally as an institution of power, and which is the ultimate weapon of control developed by the government in 2017 and supported by (according to the government) 8 million Venezuelans. Let’s remember that just after the results were given, the company in charge of the election electronic system “Smartmatic” flew out of the country and declared the numbers had been altered. But, as it is common under dictatorships, nothing happened.
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Roy Moore

The Ayatollah of Alabama: Who Is Roy Moore?

Roy Moore shocked the state of Alabama when he won the Senate Republic Primary. He was not expected to win based on the millions put on his competitor, Senator Luther Strange. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and even President Donald Trump gave their full support for Strange’s campaign, but it wasn’t enough to stop Moore.
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Electoral fraud in Venezuela

Venezuela: Smartmatic Revealed Electoral Fraud

Smartmatic is a Venezuelan company that offers electronic voting services in The United States, Barbados, Brazil, Africa, Belgium, Ecuador, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Venezuela, Panamá, The United Kingdom, The Netherlands, The Philippines and Taiwan. They work with different technology solutions such as identity management, smart city solutions, and electronic voting systems. They have been managing elections in Venezuela since 2004 and have been rapidly growing since then.
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Electoral Reform in the UK

Let us start with the assumption that the case for an Electoral Reform has been made. Anyone who denies that now can surely only be doing so because they have a vested interest in the status quo. I will leave you, dear reader, to work out who that might be.
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