With a firm response, the Vice President of Political Sovereignty, Security and Peace of the Bolivarian Government reacted, Vladimir Padrino Lopez after the accusations issued by the former president of Colombia, Alvaro Uribeafter the electoral defeat suffered by his sector in the Colombian legislative elections.
The also Minister of Defense affirmed that Uribe “does nothing but cluck like a chicken” an advanced fraud; since the results were not at all favorable to his cause.
Also, the General in Chief Godfather Lopez qualified that action; as a movement “typical of desperate oligarchies” and predicted that these power groups will go down in history.
Accusation and manipulation
According to Uribe’s pronouncement, the General Directorate of Military Counterintelligence (DGCIM); corresponding to the management of President Nicolás Maduro would be behind an alleged fraud in the elections to which the people of Colombia attended last Sunday, March 13.
In this sense, Uribe insisted on his remarks about the supposed “Venezuelan penetration to contribute to electoral fraud in Colombia.” With this he persists in expressing his frustration over the loss of seats in Congress by the Democratic Center; that will now be in the hands of the Historical Pact.
The image you attached Alvaro Uribe in his message he attributes it to an alleged report by the counterintelligence services of the Ministry of Popular Power for Defense, of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. The report contains alleged data from a “vulnerability analysis” of the Colombian Electoral System.
According to the document released by the ultra-rightist from New Granada, “the system vulnerability detection team carries out frequent analysis on these sensitive files and serious and moderate vulnerabilities that can be exploited in automated ways.”
The accusations made by former President Uribe Vélez, to which Minister Padrino López responded, come just at a time when the Colombian electorate defined an unprecedented event; with the victory representing the largest vote in favor of a left-wing party in the country.
In fact, public opinion in Colombia already defines the legislative elections on March 13 as the most controversial that have taken place in the last 5 decades. In addition, it is a process that prints the possible route to follow with the next presidential elections scheduled for the month of May.
With information from Redradiove.