White House threatens Venezuela with ‘strong’ economic actions if socialist government rewrites constitution

The White House provides threatened Venezuela with potential solid and swift economic actions when the country’s socialist government imposes  a strategy to rewrite the constitution plus consolidate the ruling party’s strength — a plan that  more than seven million people rejected in a election over the weekend.

Yesterday, the Venezuelan individuals again made clear that they stand for democracy, freedom, and rule of legislation, the White House said in the statement on Monday evening. However their strong and courageous activities continue to be ignored by a bad innovator who dreams of becoming a dictator.  

Planners said they hoped Sunday’s symbolic  referendum would discourage President Nicolas  Maduros planned national election upon July 30 to pick a 545-member special assembly that would have the ability to create a new constitution.

The United States will not stand by since Venezuela crumbles, The White Home said. If the Maduro regime imposes its Constituent Assembly on Come july 1st 30, the United States will take strong plus swift economic actions. The United States once more calls for free and fair polls and stands with the people associated with Venezuela in their quest to restore their own country to a full and successful democracy.  

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Maduro produced no mention of the opposition’s strike programs in a lengthy television appearance Mon afternoon but called on his enemies to recognize that Sunday’s vote have been almost entirely peaceful.  

The election was marred by violence any time a 61-year-old woman was killed plus four people wounded by gunfire after government supporters on motorbikes swarmed an opposition polling web site at a church in western Caracas.

Fox News’ Serafin Gomez as well as the Associated Press contributed to this survey.