Maduro defies criticism and offers "prize" to Venezuelan voters

Maduro defies criticism and offers "prize" to Venezuelan voters

Opposition forces are boycotting May 20 election, claiming election will be rigged in favor of 55-year-old socialist leader

Mature scorned international criticismMiraflores Palace / Handout via REUTERS / 06.04.2018Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro scorned international criticism of the upcoming May 20 election in which he is seeking reelection and offered a "prize" to those who vote with a state-issued card.Major opposition forces are boycotting the election on the grounds that it will be rigged in favor of the 55-year-old socialist leader.The United States, the European Union and several Latin American neighbors also consider the claim unfair."So they won't recognize Maduro all over the world. And am I calling?" Maduro said at a rally in La Guaira off Caracas on Wednesday night."And I happen to care what Europe and Washington think?"See tooVenezuela: minimum wage increases 95% and now buys 1kg of meat'These notes are good for nothing else': the man who makes Venezuelan money bagsMaduro, who portrays his reelection campaign as a struggle against imperialism, has only one serious rival: Henri...


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