Venezuelan Constitutional Assembly election 2017 Voting Live

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Venezuelan Constitutional Assembly election 2017 Voting Live

Venezuela Constitutional Assembly election Date: 30 July 2017.


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Constitutional elections are scheduled to be held in Venezuela 0n 30 July 2017.

Constitutional Assembly elections are scheduled to be held in Venezuela on 30 July 2017. Many of the members of the Constitutional Assembly will not be elected in open elections, but selected from social organizations loyal to the current Venezuelan President, Nicolás Maduro. In calling the assembly, President Nicolás Maduro intends to stay in power during the interregnum and cancel the 2018 presidential elections, as the process of installing a new constitution would take at least two years. Most Venezuelans consider Maduro's proposed Constitutional Assembly undemocratic, and the opposition is boycotting the elections


Venezuela Constitutional Assembly election Results 2017

  1. Turnout figures in Venezuela’s Constitutional Assembly election were manipulated by least one million votes, Smartmatic, a company which has worked with Venezuela since 2004 on its voting system, said on Wednesday.
  2. Julio Borges declared that in the afternoon only less than two million persons voted in the process. However, during the first announcement of the preliminary results, Tibisay Lucena announced that 8,089,230 persons voted, with a 41.53% turnout.
  3. Venenzuela is headed for DictatorShip, All Neighbouring Countries including US, UK, Mexico have critized the way elections are happening in Venenzuela.
  4. Electoral officials in Venezuela say Declared turnout  was 41.5%, a figure disputed by the opposition.
  5. The opposition coalition said 88% of voters abstained and it refused to recognise the election.
  6. Sunday's election was marred by violence, with widespread protests and at least 10 people killed.
  7. President Nicolás Maduro hailed the poll as a "vote for the revolution".

What Are Other Countries Saying About the elections.

Supranational bodies
 European Union – The High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, stated that "The convening of a Constituent Assembly is disputed within Venezuelan society and therefore risks further polarizing the country and heightening the risk of confrontation
 United Kingdom – Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Boris Johnson called for the cancellation of the election saying it would "undermine" Venezuela's democracy, stating, "I call on President Nicolás Maduro to change course and break the deadlock for the benefit of all Venezuelans".
 United States – The United States Department of State condemned the election and refused to recognize it, stating "We will continue to take strong and swift actions against the architects of authoritarianism in Venezuela, including those who participate in the National Constituent Assembly".

Venezuela Constitutional Assembly election Voting Live 2017

  1. Venezuela Constitutional Assembly election Voting will start at 7 AM to 7 PM today.
  2. Acc to Opinion Polls People dont want a constitutional referendum.
  3. Acc to Opinion Polls Voters and People want a normal democratic elections to be held.

Following the death of President Hugo Chávez, citizens suffered from the crisis under his successor Nicolás Maduro, as rampant crime, high inflation and shortages diminished their quality of life. As a result of the ensuing crisis, political tensions culminated into a series of protests that occurred since 2014. Discontent with the Bolivarian government saw the opposition being elected to hold the majority in the National Assembly for the first time since 1999 following the 2015 parliamentary election. Controversy continued throughout the years

Venezuela Constitutional Assembly election Opinion Poll Live 2017








Polling organization Sample size Yes No
16-Jul Venezuelan referendum, 2017 7535289 0.13% 99.87%
7–12 July Datanalisis 500 27.00% 66.50%
6-11 July Hercon 1200 13.10% 82.10%

Other Opinion Poll results Venenzuelan Referendum 2017

Of the 19.5 million registered Venezuelan voters, approximately 7.5 million people participated in the referendum, including 690,000 Venezuelans from abroad. Low turnout was attributed to less voting areas than official elections, with about 2,000 voting areas in Venezuela and 500 foreign cities with centers.






Do you reject and ignore the realization of a Constituent Assembly proposed by Nicolás Maduro without the prior approval of the Venezuelan people?






Choice Votes  %
Yes 7432764 99.87
No 9078 0.13
Valid votes 7441842 98.75
Invalid or blank votes 93447 1.25
Total votes 7535289 100







Do you demand the National Armed Forces and all public officials to obey and defend the Constitution of 1999 and support the decisions of the National Assembly?






Choice Votes  %
Yes 7446381 99.82
No 9835 0.18
Valid votes 7456216 98.95
Invalid or blank votes 79073 1.05
Total votes 7535289 100







Do you approve the renewal of public powers in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution, and the holding of free and transparent elections, as well as the formation of a Government of National Unity to restore constitutional order?






Choice Votes  %
Yes 7454703 99.86
No 11348 0.14
Valid votes 7466051 99.08
Invalid or blank votes 69238 0.92
Total votes 7535289 100


Venezuela Constitutional Assembly election Results Live 2017

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Proposal for Venezuela Constitutional Assembly Elections 2017

On 1 May 2017 following a month of protests that resulted in at least 29 dead, President Maduro called for a Constitutional Assembly that would draft a new constitution that would replace the 1999 Venezuela Constitution of his predecessor, Hugo Chávez. He invoked Article 347, and stated that his call for a new constitution was necessary to counter the actions of the opposition. The members of the Constitutional Assembly would not be elected in open elections, but selected from social organizations loyal to Maduro. The proposal would be an alternative way to close the National Assembly. It would also allow him to stay in power during the interregnum and skip the 2018 presidential elections, as the process would take at least two years


Venezuela Parties and leaders


Fifth Republic Movement, People's Electoral Movement , Everybody Wins Independent Movement, Venezuelan Popular Unity, Revolutionary Movement Tupamaro , Socialist League

Venezuela Constitutional election Results






Nicolás Maduro

Great Patriotic Pole




Henrique Capriles Radonski

Democratic Unity Roundtable




Eusebio Mendez

New Vision for my Country




María Bolívar

United Democratic Party for Peace and Freedom




Reina Sequera

Worker's Party




Julio Mora

Democratic Unity Party



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