Venezuela Rolls April Presidential Elections Into May Mega-Election Is Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro caving to domestic and global pressure and offering fair elections or merely trying a Castro-like move to buy some more time, look legitimate, split the opposition and defuse sanctions?
CNE Chief, Tibisay Lucena said the presidential elections would be held simultaneously with regional and local polls.
In response to the latest announcement the coalition said it would be maintaining its boycott, saying the elections would still be fraudulent.
Venezuela's presidential election has been moved back a month.
"Venezuela is a model democracy for the whole world", Rodriguez, who is communications minister, told reporters at the election board headquarters.
The original date of the presidential election, April 22, had been announced in early February, giving potential candidates little notice.
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Two-time presidential candidate and leader of the Primero Justicia (PJ) opposition party, which is part of the MUD group, Henrique Capriles said: "Sadly, he [Falcon] has given into the temptation to participate and with that he is playing the game of the Maduro government, and we have to condemn him for it".
"Venezuelans want to get rid of Maduro, but not by killing each other in the streets", he said, also speaking at the election board in downtown Caracas.
The organisation tweeted that none of its members had signed the agreement with the Electoral Council.
The agreement announced includes the election of state and municipal legislative councils in the country in the second half of May and, at the moment, excludes the possibility of electing a new National Assembly.
After the agreement was signed, Lucena said the parties "celebrate the signing of an electoral guarantee agreement with the participation of the political parties, who commit themselves before the country to carry out the electoral process with greater tranquility and transparency".
Maduro, the president and his United Socialist Party have held onto power through increasingly authoritarian measures.