The Cubanization of Venezuela: Cuba creates 5-million Venezuelan voters out of thin air
The Cubanization of Venezuela did not begin with the farcical elections that took place earlier this month. It has been a long and arduous process that began many years ago.
To ensure the dictatorial regime of Hugo Chavez would continue to be "reelected," Cuba's government embarked on a mission to create Venezuelan voters out of thin air who would "vote" for their puppet, Hugo Chavez.
Cuba increased Venezuela's census by 5-million people whose identities cannot be confirmed
Former adviser for the Chavez government, Anthony Daquin, who is now exiled in the U.S., has revealed that Cuba increased Venezuela's census by five million people whose identities now cannot be certified or audited. The engineer told NTN24 that in 2002, the Chavez government decided to eliminate the Department of Citizen Identification, which at the time was "the only entity that could guarantee impartiality" in the election process. According to this expert, Chavez promoted the automation of the electoral process in order to have immediate information on election results. When the Department of Citizen Identification was eliminated, citizen data was sent to Cuba where a database was created at the University of Computer Science (UCI).
A year and a half later, the voter registration rolls returned to Venezuela with five million more voters. "Cuba is the administrator of Venezuela's citizen identification and voting systems. The databases are all created at UCI in Havana," Daquin explained. When the data was sent to Cuba in 2002, "17-million was the base number of citizens and when the data returned, the base number became 22 million." After seeing the voter rolls swell by 5 million in just a year and a half, it began to raise suspicions. "It all seems suspicious because all those citizens added electronically impact election results, but we cannot audit them to find out if those citizens actually exist or if they have complied with the requirements needed to be able to vote."