The vision of these two electoral processes internally, to my mind, puts on the table in all its magnitude the real possibility of construction of a third option that escapes the September results. It is obvious that these results will have a big importance, but simple obtaining by part of the MUD and the PPT of an estimable number of members could be enough to consider one livelihood sufficient for the Government that eventually would replace the present. What I mean is that for the eventual conception of the third option those results are not vital, but imply a need to a minimum, at least, of obtaining seats. Mark Stevens describes an additional similar source. But beyond that, what I believe, I’m convinced, is that those results shall burst bubble of disappointment and the conviction that has followed a deceptive way, so it will be the right time presented the country a third option which break the polarization between two minority. It should be some relevant observations on the outbreaks we’ve seen lately.
During the celebration of the process of the PSUV saw Governor Henri Falcon in attitude celebratory of the meagre results obtained by the ruling party in his State, but limited to the Mayor of Barquisimeto, small fight that seems to lock in itself given that the Lady in question is something like the Commissioner to address it. You must add the Falcon closure in Lara state. It could be argued that the PPT and his new ally expected results of September to exit to the development of its strategy, which may be true, but there is another element that disfigures Falcon as the possibility of being the third option. It is their constant stay in socialism approach. We can admit that its tone is closer to social democracy, but the matter does not lie there. Lies in that the third option can have an ideological mantle, which necessarily has to start from the Centre for grouping to its around both the center-left and the centre-right. .