spontaneous gathering at Miraflores

Monday, on December 3, 2007. This morning, text messages began circulating among mobile phones of those who support the process, calling to go to Miraflores this Tuesday afternoon to give support and solidarity to President Hugo Chavez after the “No” had been imposed on the referendum this Sunday. Text messages had no specific author, but began to multiply and replicate spontaneously.

Then, Radio Nacional de Venezuela echoed some of those named, including the Hindu journalist Anderi, coordinator of the Forum Itinerant People’s Power and conductor of a radio program on that station. Then, Radio Nacional de Venezuela echoed some of those named, including the Hindu journalist Anderi, coordinator of the Forum Itinerant People’s Power and driver of a radio program on that station.

For the moment (6:00 pm), hundreds of people are in the vicinity of Miraflores, expressing support for the Chief Executive, as well as “doing catharsis,” discussing and expressing the reasons why, in his view, was lost the referendum this Sunday. For the moment (6:00 pm), hundreds of people are in the vicinity of Miraflores, expressing support for the Chief Executive, as well as “doing catharsis,” discussing and expressing the reasons why, in his view, the referendum was lost this Sunday.

Personalities as Jorge Rodriguez and Lina Ron has been directed to the public from a small truck with cornets, giving them encouragement and support. (source Radio YKVE Mundial)

PS More reports from Caracas indicate that the some in the rally denounced certain government officials as “traitors” and the general mood was one of saying that there needs to be a “cleansing of the house” meaning that corrupt officials, bureaucrats and reformists must be kicked out.

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