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A newspaper vendor holds a newspaper referring to the victory of re-elected President Nicolas Maduro in the Venezuelan presidential election in Caracas, on May 21, 2018. - President Nicolas Maduro was declared winner of Venezuela's election Sunday in a poll rejected as invalid by his rivals, who called for fresh elections to be held later this year. With more than 90 percent of the votes counted, Maduro had 67.7 percent of the vote, with his main rival Henri Falcon taking 21.2 percent, the National Election Council chief Tibisay Lucena announced. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)        (Photo credit should read LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images)
A newspaper vendor holds a newspaper referring to the victory of re-elected President Nicolas Maduro in the Venezuelan presidential election in Caracas, on May 21, 2018. - President Nicolas Maduro was declared winner of Venezuela's election Sunday in a poll rejected as invalid by his rivals, who called for fresh elections to be held later this year. With more than 90 percent of the votes counted, Maduro had 67.7 percent of the vote, with his main rival Henri Falcon taking 21.2 percent, the National Election Council chief Tibisay Lucena announced. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)        (Photo credit should read LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images)

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El profesor Oscar Vallés asegura que los recientes resultados electorales en Venezuela no son legítimos y que el país necesita una reforma electoral y nuevas elecciones, mientras que el analista Pedro Alfonso del Pino cree que la oposición necesita un mensaje más atractivo para que el país se movilice, se reorganice y para llamar a nuevas elecciones. Además, la oposición debe consolidarse en un solo bloque, opinan.

La oposición venezolana tiene que reinventarse, dice analista

El profesor Oscar Vallés asegura que los recientes resultados electorales en Venezuela no son legítimos y que el país necesita una reforma electoral y nuevas elecciones, mientras que el analista Pedro Alfonso del Pino cree que la oposición necesita un mensaje más atractivo para que el país se movilice, se reorganice y para llamar a nuevas elecciones. Además, la oposición debe consolidarse en un solo bloque, opinan.