End capitalism and build socialism to end poverty and establish social justice From social inclusion to building

Bolivarian socialism To fight and end poverty and misery in all its manifestations - abandonment, marginalisation and exclusion, is another priority inseparable from the aforementioned: without ending exploitation, the polarisation or concentration of wealth in the hands of a few and the growth of poverty beyond anything ever known before in history, war will be inevitable. World history, and quite clearly the Venezuelan experience, shows that capitalism, in the era of imperialist crisis, far from ending poverty,in its irrational metamorphoses, in its daily growth, demonstrates to the world that to stop imperialism and build socialism - the the people taking power and transforming the capitalist mode of production- is the only way out, the only rational, necessary and possible goal at this crossroads of humanity. The socialist party should be the true guide any unifier of the class and exploited sectors in the battle to definitively liberate the nation from extreme poverty, backwardness, and dependence; it should be the driver of social consciousness and of the historic changes, the promoter of social, moral and economic justice. Education in socialist ideological consciousness for all the population will enable the defeat poverty. The party should commit itself to struggling against injustice and exclusion. To promote new forms of organization and social policies that improve the standard of living and guarantee the greatest sum of happiness possible. To promote a sense of belonging, respect, equality and dignity, criticism and self criticism, to combat all the threats that confront the revolution by the fourth generational war (developed by the capitalist means of communication), bearing in mind the revolutionary socialist and anti-imperialist character of the process, avoiding cultural imitation, supporting everything that unites in the exercise of social control of governors and public functionaries, especially those who are members of the party. At the moment, we can affirm that during the years of the revolutionary Bolivarian government, it has given priority to social inclusion, which has required massive, rapid responses; resulting in the birth of the missions as a strategy to flout the bureaucratic and slothful structure of the inherited bourgeois state, using oil rent as a source of financing. we can demonstarte the advances in social inclusion, there are the social indicators; in education, health, nutrition and in the access to fundamental human rights. The eradication of illiteracy, generalisation of the right to education, to have the largest level of growth of higher education graduates in Latin America, the increase in the percentage of the population with access to clean water, in

Recognizing the Bolivarian revolution's advances and achievements in social inclusion. We need to build as an alternative to the model of capital accumulation . led by our Comandante Hugo Chavez.that generator of poverty and social exclusion . All this thanks to the enormous efforts in social inclusion made by the revolutionary Bolivarian government. The party rejects any kind of discrimination towards women and does not permit their use as sexual objects or commodities. a socialism that must above all be built with the participation and active leadership of the people. taking the great outlines and principles of socialism applied to the concrete historical and cultural reality of today's Venezuela. are some of the achievements that have allowed us to reach some of the millennium goals before the set time (2015). it becomes necessary to leap to a new stage of the process: to build Bolivarian socialism. and in particular in the revolutionary process. . and for that reason promotes public policies that guarantee gender equity. This requires deepening the structural and strategic changes.the recycling of waste water.a sustainable model. Our Comandante Hugo Chavez has called it Bolivarian socialism. The Bolivarian revolution recognizes the historic role that women have played throughout our history in general. Venezuela is today the country with the least inequality in Latin America. Also. and according to a report by CEPAL [the Economic Commission For Latin America And The Caribbean]. the reduction of malnutrition and infant mortality. the growth in the percentage of the population with access to medical attention and medicine. we have leapt above the mean level of the Human Development Index (IDH) to a high IDH.

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