Caracas, June 30. Chavismo dissident Nícmer Evans, recently proposed by the Democracy and Inclusion Movement (MDI) as a candidate for the Venezuelan presidential elections in 2024, asked the Unitarian Platform on Thursday to present a schedule for the primary elections.
“It is very good that a year be given for the development of the primaries, but we need to advance in an accurate electoral schedule, an electoral schedule that allows that initial inclusive spirit to be true and materialize,” said the anti-Chavista leader in a published video. on your Instagram account.
Evans celebrated that all the people who want a political change will be able to compete in the primaries scheduled for 2023, as announced by the Unitarian Platform, which pointed out that the contest will not be exclusive to those who are nominated by the parties that make up the anti-Chavista coalition.
In this regard, he assured that his organization, which is not part of this platform, will participate in the contest, “as long as the conditions exist for this to happen.”
“What we are asking is that, together with all of us who have expressed the will to be part of this primary process, we can set up a technical commission that advances in the elaboration of the schedule and in the constitution of an electoral commission that is recognized on all sides,” he requested.
In addition, he reiterated that the primaries “must go beyond” the Unitary Platform, so he hopes that this technical commission will be made up of figures “widely recognized for their credentials,” and not by members of political teams of any aspiring to be the opposition representative in the 2024 presidential elections.
On June 26, the (MDI) proposed Evans as a candidate for the presidential elections scheduled in Venezuela in 2024, and indicated that he is willing to participate in the primaries organized by the opposition “as long as they meet agreed conditions.”
“We agree to present, before the eventual primary process organized by the Democratic Unitary Platform (under the conditions that achieve consensus and that respond to the greatest breadth and inclusion possible), the emerging nomination for the presidential candidacy of the political scientist and founder of our Nícmer organization Evans,” the MDI said in a statement.