Venezuela’s Maduro to raise pressure on business after local vote

(Reuters) – Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro pledged to deepen his “economic offensive” to force businesses to cut prices after his ruling Socialist Party won the most votes in weekend municipal elections.

With three-quarters of the 337 mayoral races counted by Monday morning, the Socialists and their allies had 49 percent of votes, compared to 43 percent for the opposition coalition and its partners.

That result derailed efforts by Maduro’s critics to turn the vote into a show of disapproval for his government and the legacy of late socialist leader Hugo Chavez.

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The globalists can’t get anything running in their favor anymore. Public backlash for trying to sabotage another nation’s economy. However, this story ain’t over yet.

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