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>> Voting centers in the streets today across Venezuela are pretty empty, as ’s majority looks set to win another six years term. My name’s Gupta and I’m here in Caracas for Reuters. Here we are in a voting center in the neighborhood of in Caracas. Now this is where Hugo Chavez voted himself in 2012, I was here and I remember thousands of people, throngs of people outside, I couldn't get anywhere near this polling station.
Now, as you can see, in a few minutes, we've been filming today, not a single person has come up behind me here to vote. And this is a real government stronghold. People here have told me, some of them said, they are actually voting for Henry Falcon, who's the opposition leader here.
We do see around this neighborhood and across the country what we call these red points. Now, this is where people who do vote and who do support the government sign their name and in return, they get money, they get entered into a prize, they get food. Obviously, the opposition is saying, it's a little bit of incentive to vote, that shouldn't and very unfair towards them.
Now this vote has been condemned by the opposition, the United States and other European countries as well. And US, in fact, said on Sunday, that it would not recognize the results of this election. Still, it looks like Nicholas Mazurek will win.