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Cabello on the leadership of the PCV: he has a discourse on imperialism – Nation World News

Diosado Cabello, the first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), questioned the leadership of the Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV), which he accused of using discourse similar to that of the ruling elite of the United States.

During his program Con el mazo dando, Cabello lamented the current situation assumed by the communists under the leadership of Oscar Figueira.

“Oscar Figueira’s discourse is what North American imperialism is against us,” he pointed out, and assured that this position of the “top” of the Red Rooster’s party has been questioned by grassroots extremism.

Describing this position of the PCV leadership as “shameful”, he confirmed, “It is not a Communist Party extremist, no, anyone goes to neighborhoods and communities and looks for them.”

“It is sad for the Communist Party of Venezuela or the communists to have lost their lives in the revolutionary struggles of Venezuela,” he said.

call for unity

The PSUV leader, on the other hand, referred to the upcoming process of electing street bosses of this political gang and stressed the importance of fostering grassroots leadership committed to unity and loyalty.

“In this case allegiance to the PSUV, to the people, to President Nicolas Maduro, to the legacy of the ideas of Commander Hugo Chávez, to Simón Bolívar, to the principles,” he emphasized.

He insisted that there is “no line” to this PSUV renewal election process as to who to vote for.

“There is no line, go comrade and vote whomever you want,” he said, emphasizing that “leaders are bound to act according to what the people say.”

“We are here to follow the decisions made by our people,” he emphasized.

Cabello also noted the importance of a generational renewal of leadership to ensure that “the revolution is irreversible.”

“We are very proud of this young man! When Commandant Chavez decided to make way for the revolutionary youth and give them a leading role, he was absolutely right, today these fruits are being harvested, but we need to keep sowing is”, he said.

“Juans you are immoral”

Cabello did not miss the opportunity to mention the concert that Colombian Cante Juanas will perform in Venezuela and recalled that the New Granada artist was one of the promoters of the anti-Venezuela campaign during the year 2019.

Calling it “immoral”, PSUV’s first vice president recalled the allegations that the Colombian singer launched against President Nicolas Maduro during his participation in the Venezuela Aid live concert, calling him a “dictator”.

“Juanes, I’m going to tell you something; the president in Venezuela is still Nicolas Maduro, who, according to you, didn’t let you enter Venezuela.

He then added that the Colombian singer is the nephew of former president lvaro Uribe Vélez, which in his opinion explains why Juans “has a black soul.”

“He is the nephew of Uribe (…), so his soul is black. Uribe is his first godfather in his musical career and if Uribe was his godfather, then drug trafficking was behind his musical career,” he denounced. .

He questioned the expressions of “love” that the singer has pointed to Venezuela in recent days to announce his concerts in the country.

“After saying you didn’t come to Venezuela, you sang at a concert where they tried to invade Venezuela, now you come because ‘You love Venezuela’. Who do you love? Too immoral ( …). Now, it is good that you come to see a free people, a people who do not give up and triumph in the invasion that you promoted, those of us who were on this side. put half the Guarini in the people who were on the side that wanted to invade this country. They couldn’t and won’t be on top of those thousands of concerts or with a thousand Juan”, he insisted.

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