Venezuelans have a deep democratic conviction. If the government hotheads ventured out to stir violence they would encounter the armed forces. I don't believe the armed forces respond to a political party.
There will be a winner. There will a president-elect. But there will not be a defeated people. Tomorrow, we are only one country, only one Venezuela. Tomorrow in the country there are many problems that we have to resolve. Problems do not wait.
Venezuelans are tired of 14 years of promises and no results. The only things growing are inflation, murder and crime. The good indicators - production, education and jobs - are all falling.
The country is in the worst conditions ever in its history. It's unjustifiable that in a country with the largest petroleum reserves on the planet, 70% of the food we eat is imported ... that there are 700,000 families in extreme poverty who go to bed hungry every night.
The foreign policy of this government is driven by politics - to extend a revolution worldwide. My objective with regards to foreign relations is to benefit all Venezuelans.
Judge for yourself who's still fighting for change and who got sick on power, because the person in the Miraflores has forgotten about the people of Venezuela.
I think 40 is a good age to run a country. But I've always been fast.
It's no secret that in Venezuela there is no division of powers and that many functionaries have put on blinders when looking at irregularities because they benefit from the revolution and its corruption.
I have never lost an election yet. I am a winner. Let's just say that.
I aspire to be the president of all Venezuelans. The message is clear. Venezuelans are fed up with confrontation, with division.
When you're in prison, you either embrace religion or you reject it. I embraced it it was a very spiritual time for me.
We will give Venezuelans living abroad reasons to return home. This country needs many qualified people, a lot of manpower - people willing to bet on a better future. We need the help of all Venezuelans.
The best university is the university of life.
How have relations with Iran and Belarus benefited Venezuela? We are interested in countries that have democracies, that respect human rights, that we have an affinity with. What affinity do we have with Iran?
I'm like a ship captain: I have a woman in every port.
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