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LATEST UPDATE FROM VENEZUELA WITH 90% VOTES IN























The Venezuelan Electoral Board just announced the first official results announcing the Opposition obtained With 96.03% of the vote 99 Deputies and Chavismo’s PSUV obtained only 46 Deputies. 





This means a super majority, a scenario that I considered highly unlikely even today. 



17 Deputies by name can not be defined, the three indigeneous people and one by list. 74% of the people voted.









































All We Need Now Is For The Government To Accept Opposition Won In Venezuela





December 6, 2015






11:29 PM Rumor is that the CNE will announce a smaller number of Deputies for the opposition (108?) to mitigate the impact of results. They will say other races are too close too call, even if they know they are not.



10:42 PM: 112 and still fighting for more…




10:36 PM Right now, 112 is a certainty.




10:30 PM At this time, people are suggesting the opposition has obtained 2/3 of the Deputies. I am told this is possible but can not be called at this time.



9:46 Some races in Carabobo, Lara and Monagas too close to call at this time.

9:27 PM At this point, the Devil says opposition will get a minimum of 93 Deputies with a possibility of more.


















And The Long Electoral Night Begins In Venezuela





December 6, 2015






Venezuela Time (Which is NYC + 30 minutes)



9:10 PM I hear from great source 90 Deputies for sure, more possible.












9:04 PM over 90% of the votes tallied and trasmitted, MUD has the tallies for all these machines, don’t buy rumors at this time.





8:27 PM Don’t listen to rumors, at this time 71% of the votes have been tallied and transmitted.




8:19 PM Don’t believe all the rumors, at this time 53% of all machines have transmitted their tally, which implies a much larger number has closed at this time



7:30 PM People complaining about not all centers being closed, but the reality is there is nobody showing up to vote at this time anyway.






Associated Press reports Maduro said at 4:50 PM his party can’t win all elections.





6:45 PM Soon after the picture below, motorcycle gangs showed up asking for the voting center to be reopened. The National Guard showed up to stop them.





6:15 PM: This is the Liceo Andres Bello at this time, shown in previous post as the one with longest lines in Western Caracas.









6 PM : The National Electoral Board has ordered all polls to be opened until 7 PM. This is a violation of the law, which states that if nobody is in line it should be closed.






Mid to upper nineties in Deputies seems to be the whisper number at this time

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