Capriles reunió más de 16 mil personas en Facebook

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El candidato presidencial, Henrique Capriles Radonski, realizó, por primera vez en la historia electoral de Venezuela, un foro en la red social Facebook, que le permitió responder a los venezolanos inquietudes en las áreas de seguridad, vivienda, educación, economía, derechos humanos, salud, entre otras.

Desde sus casas o trabajos a través de una computadora o de un teléfono celular, jóvenes, profesionales y amas de casa interactuaron con el aspirante presidencial. Un total de 16 mil 748 personas entraron y salieron de la red durante la transmisión; y mediante la etiqueta #PreguntaAcapriles, en Twitter, se realizaron 5 mil 354 preguntas. Mientras que en el muro del Facebook fueron formuladas tres mil 600 inquietudes.

El pico más alto de personas conectadas al mismo tiempo fue de 10 mil, quienes pudieron escuchar las propuestas en materia de seguridad de Capriles Radonski, quien reiteró su compromiso de lograr que todos los venezolanos vivan tranquilos y en paz.

El candidato se refirió a la pobreza en Venezuela y afirmó nuevamente que durante su Gobierno ningún venezolano se irá a dormir sin comer.

Al ser consultado sobre la economía venezolana, el candidato presidencial aseguró que durante el Gobierno del Progreso, el país dejará de depender del petróleo.

Para finalizar, Capriles Radonski lamentó que el Gobierno central no trabaje por brindar servicios públicos eficientes a los venezolanos. Informa LAVERDAD.COM.

26/Julio/2012. 19:29 pm

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One Response to “Capriles reunió más de 16 mil personas en Facebook”
  1. Saray dice:

    Actually, that’s not at all clear. You seem to forget that these votes were for CANDIDATES. Unfortunately, in this coturny most people vote for PARTIES, even when they should be voting for candidates. A lot of people went to the 2010 elections not even knowing who were the candidates they were going to vote for (I know quite a few of them who did so. They didn’t even care to find out), they only thing they cared about is that they had to vote for PSUV or the opposition. I have no way of knowing the reasons why the people who voted for PPT did so. Maybe those two candidates who won in the Amazons had done a wonderful work with the communities over there, in which case the people really did vote for the candidates, but I’m not so sure. You also have to consider that these people decided to vote for PPT in spite of the fact that the government is constantly sending you the message that you are worth less than garbage if you don’t vote for PSUV. Just to be clear, here’s what a non-delusional person would do. They would recognize that Chavez is currently winning by a LOT in the recent polls that have been done. They would recognize that that probably means that Chavez has the advantage here. Then the discussion could be about how to change that reality. But you guys start by distorting the reality from the get-go. Its absolutely fascinating. I can only speak for myself, and if you ask me, I believe that the only poll that matters is the one that is going to be taken in October the 7th. I do think that Chavez has the advantage now, but I don’t think it is as huge as you make it out to be. Certainly not as huge as it was in 2006. How big is the gap? I don’t know, but I think it is small enough that the opposition has a good chance of taking the lead from here until October. If the government uderestimates the opposition, they will be making a huge mistake.In any case, it is not true that ALL recent polls put Chavez winning by a LOT, as you say. Some say so, and others say it is a close call (with Chavez always a bit above). Of course, if by ALL polls you mean only those run by chavistas (like GIS XXI) or the ICS (mentioned in the original post) that doesn’t even have a web page (at least I couldn’t find it. If you can, let me know), then your are just as delusional as those who believe only the opposition pollsters.

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