Elected chiefs are sworn in in base elections of the PSUV

Along with this important step of ratification, the Manual will also be delivered to those who were elected in the street elections, communities and the Bolívar-Chávez Battle Units.

The first vice president of the PSUV, Diosdado Cabello, stated last night on the Con el Mazo Dando program that each of these teams has its assigned tasks.

“They are new teams, with new energy and new projects,” he said, adding that “the first thing we do is work for unity and prepare” to soon elect political teams at the parish and state levels.

Cabello stressed that the PSUV is a party that advances, organizes, unites and adds, in which everyone knows their role, their work, “add and unite in a single body to defend the Revolution,” he said.

“The Chavista hurricane begins to move,” he stressed.

President Nicolás Maduro said last Monday in a working meeting with mayors and governors from all over the country that the Manual will serve to outline what the collective leadership should be like.

In his speech, the head of state called for an end to caudillismo, the old leadership of selfishness and arrogance, and advocated collective leadership as a revolutionary method to achieve trust.

We have been insisting on the issue of collective leadership, against individualism and caudillismo, said the president.

Maduro insisted “that we be consistent” with shared, very humble, collective leadership, because in his opinion, humility “is the fundamental leadership of the Revolution, simplicity, knowing that we are mere mortals.”

In this regard, he remarked that Commander (Hugo) Chávez forged us in the values ​​of simplicity and humility.

The head of state pointed out that one of the fundamental attributes of this era is collective work, setting up high collective commands to listen and draw political lines collectively.

He stressed leaving behind the intriguing divisionism and starting to build methods of mutual trust, of shared leadership.

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