El presidente de la Asamblea Nacional (AN, Parlamento) de Venezuela, el opositor Julio Borges, indicó hoy que los 2.030 centros de votación previstos para la consulta popular contra el Gobierno de Nicolás Maduro operan al 100 % y que solo cuatro de ellos debieron ser reubicados.

“Estamos haciendo historia, esto es un proceso hecho solo por los ciudadanos sin la intervención del Gobierno (…) los 2.030 puntos se han abierto exitosamente”, dijo Borges, líder de la formación Primero Justicia (PJ), al canal institucional Capitolio TV.

El legislador no explicó las razones que obligaron la reubicación de cuatro centros hacia “zonas cercanas” pero especificó que se trata de uno en el municipio caraqueño Libertador, dos en el estado Nueva Esparta (noreste) y otro en Zulia (oeste), limítrofe con Colombia.

Asimismo, señaló que han recibido denuncias de que algunos vecinos en Caracas estaban cortando calles como medida de protesta antigubernamental por lo que les instó a deponer estas manifestaciones y permitir el “flujo abierto a todas las personas”.

“Esto es un proceso abierto a todo lo que significa el escrutinio internacional”, dijo, y subrayó que organizaciones no gubernamentales, observadores electorales y expresidentes de varios países están supervisando este proceso “absolutamente cristalino en el cual el ciudadano es el protagonista”.

“Estamos logrando materializar con toda la fuerza del pueblo la realidad de que vamos a tener un país muy pronto que sea de todos los venezolanos pero que no sea de nadie en particular”, sostuvo.

Borges informó que venezolanos en el exterior están votando en al menos 350 ciudades del mundo, por lo que, insistió, la consulta popular no es un acto de la oposición sino una jornada para celebrar “el día de la libertad de conciencia del pueblo venezolano”.

“La gente está votando con una rapidez enorme, hay colas en todos los lugares (…) estoy seguro de que al final de la jornada tendremos mejores noticias y el inicio, que es lo más importante, de una nueva etapa, de un nuevo capítulo, de un antes y después como lo ha habido en la historia venezolana”, remató.

El plebiscito opositor se realiza al margen del Poder Electoral y busca preguntar a los venezolanos si están o no de acuerdo con el cambio de constitución que promueve Maduro, así como con instaurar en el país un gobierno de transición. EFE

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A woman holds a Venezuelan national flag during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government in Madrid, Spain, July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina
A woman holds a Venezuelan national flag during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government in Madrid, Spain, July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina
People wait to vote during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government, in Madrid, Spain, July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina
People wait to vote during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government, in Madrid, Spain, July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Medina
People sign in during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
People sign in during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
A person votes during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. The writing on the boxes read "The people decide, Liberator Movement." REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
A person votes during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. The writing on the boxes read “The people decide, Liberator Movement.” REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
A woman casts her vote during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. The writing on the boxes read "The people decide, Liberator Movement." REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
A woman casts her vote during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. The writing on the boxes read “The people decide, Liberator Movement.” REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People sign in at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People sign in at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People arrive at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
People arrive at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
A woman holds a national flag at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
A woman holds a national flag at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
People sit in front of a national flag at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
People sit in front of a national flag at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
A woman wears a pin in the national colours reading "Yes" at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. The writing on the T-shirt reads: "#I am Venezuela." REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
A woman wears a pin in the national colours reading “Yes” at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. The writing on the T-shirt reads: “#I am Venezuela.” REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People stand in line to cast their vote at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
People stand in line to cast their vote at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Marco Bello
People stand in line to cast their vote at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
People stand in line to cast their vote at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
People stand in line to cast their vote at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
People stand in line to cast their vote at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
People cast their votes at a polling station set up at a theatre during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
People cast their votes at a polling station set up at a theatre during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
People cast their votes at a polling station set up at a theatre during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
People cast their votes at a polling station set up at a theatre during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. The writing on the pavement reads: "The people decide 16J(uly)." REUTERS/Christian Veron
People gather at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. The writing on the pavement reads: “The people decide 16J(uly).” REUTERS/Christian Veron
A woman holds a national flag while standing near a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
A woman holds a national flag while standing near a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Veron
People line up to vote at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro's government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. The writing on the paper reads "July 16, Yes, Yes, Yes, Referendum." REUTERS/Christian Veron
People line up to vote at a polling station during an unofficial plebiscite against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro’s government and his plan to rewrite the constitution, in Caracas, Venezuela July 16, 2017. The writing on the paper reads “July 16, Yes, Yes, Yes, Referendum.” REUTERS/Christian Veron

 

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