Empty schools and complaints about irregularities mark Venezuelan elections

The presidential elections held on Sunday in Venezuela have been marked by the absence of lines in polling stations and irregularities reported by the main adversaries of the candidate for re-election, Nicolás Maduro.

In Caracas and the interior of the country empty streets were observed while few polling stations exhibited long lines that have been a constant picture in the presidential elections

Instead of vehicles, the streets received many citizens who decided to go jogging and the parks received many parents with their children.

The queues were seen in shops and pharmacies that opened their doors with people who preferred to take advantage to try to find food or medicines that are scarce.

The long lines were seen inside stores and pharmacies that opened their doors with people who preferred to take advantage to try to find food or medicines that are scarce.

Meanwhile, Maduro’s two main rivals, former Governor Henri Falcón and evangelical expator Javier Bertucci have denounced hundreds of violations of the electoral law.

The offer of the candidate Maduro began to fight the law and ethics, Maduro had offered the voters to pay their vote, giving them a bonus for the vote, and under slogan ‘love with love is paid.

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