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    The Constituent Assembly was convoked in a bid to solve the political crisis peacefully. | Photo: AVN

Popular movements have responded to the need to present their political platforms for consideration. 

Grassroots organizations are at the heart of the National Constituent Assembly vote on Sunday in Venezuela.

Communes, campesinos, and workers are uniting to write a new constitution based on the needs and wishes of the people.

Additionally, popular movements have responded to the need to present their political platforms for consideration. 

Women are also playing a leading role in spearheading change.

The LGBTI community has made major gains within the Bolivarian Process.

And now the Revolutionary Sex and Gender Diversity Alliance are hoping to make more advances in the election to further their cause.

The Venezuelan TV presenter, professional dancer and trans activist Rummie Quintero is running for the National Constituent Assembly.

Strong messages of support for the Assembly vote are also being sent from abroad.

And the traditional stronghold of the Bolivarian Revolution, the working class, are planning to mobilize in support of the vote.

 

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