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Examples of "smolansky"
Given the persecution in recent years of activists, politicians and especially mayors and former mayors who oppose the government of Nicolas Maduro, Smolansky has placed special emphasis on the defense of political prisoners and decentralization in Venezuela. Currently in Venezuela there are about 77 mayors from the political opposition with open legal proceedings from which David Smolansky is one of them.
On July 14, 2013, primary elections were done inside the Popular Will Party for the office of Mayor in El Hatillo, faced David Smolansky against Eduardo Battistini, winning with 514 votes against 350, translated into 59%. Later that year, in December elections were participating Miguel Mariño for the Venezuela's United Socialist Party, Elias Sayegh for Primero Justicia party, Diana D'Agostini for Accion Democratica party and David Smolansky for the Popular Will party; the last three were all candidates for the Democratic Unity Roundtable coalition (DUR), this was due El Hatillo being the only municipality within the metropolitan area of Caracas where there was no consensus on a single candidate by the DUR. Smolansky was victorious with 13,607 votes or 44.24% and a comfortable margin of 12.8 points over Sayegh who obtained 9,567 votes (31.11%), both above Mariño who would get the third place with 3,520 votes or 11.44%.
David Smolansky Urosa (Caracas, May 27, 1985 ) is a politician, journalist, one of the leaders of the Popular Will party and Mayor of El Hatillo municipality in Caracas - Venezuela for the period 2014-2018 . He was recently recognized by the Junior Chamber International as World's Outstanding Young Politician 2015
Smolansky has placed particular emphasis on generating strategic alliances with the private sector, the NGO sector and universities. So far they have materialized over 200 alliances that result in improved quality of life for hatillanos and greater institutional development for the municipality.
Smolansky coursed elementary school and high school in U.E Colegio El Penon (IEA ) , received his degree in Journalism at the Andres Bello Catholic University, then did a Masters in Political Science at Simon Bolivar University and later received a scholarship in Georgetown University for the Global Competitiveness Leadership Program.
Smolansky began his public appearances by being one of the college students who led the protest against the kidnapping and murder of the Faddoul brothers in Caracas. Subsequently, he became one of the leaders of the student movement that protested against the closure of Radio Caracas Television (RCTV) to claim the right to freedom of expression which would afterwards win the elections in 2007, in which was rejected President Hugo Chavez' proposal to reform the Constitution. In 2009, the elections known as Constitutional Referendum 2009 occurred in which Smolansky actively participated from the student leadership in the months before the elections, in the various protests and student demonstrations in rejection of the presidential proposal and the election day with the deployment to serve as board members and witnesses .
David Smolansky is a descendant from two generations who left countries that became communist states . His grandparents fled Ukraine when it was part of the Soviet Union and settled in Cuba where they lived for about 50 years ; later , in 1970 they escaped from Cuba with his father being 13 years old, and traveled to Venezuela . Son to a jewish father and a catholic mother, he received a multicultural and multireligious family education.
El Hatillo has had five mayors through 2014. Mercedes Hernández de Silva was the first mayor of the municipality, serving from 1993 until 1996. Succeeding her, Flora Aranguen was Mayor from 1996 until 2000. That same year, Alfredo Catalán was elected mayor and reelected in 2004. On November 23, 2008 Myriam Do Nascimento was elected mayor. She served in that capacity until 2013, when David Smolansky succeeded her as mayor.
In 2014 , following his election as mayor, he was one of the founders of the Mayors Association for Venezuela, as a member of the directive, which aims to make common front ( including all mayors belonging to the Roundtable) against problems of the country, marked by the Association itself as " fighting together against government measures that are dragging Venezuela into the abyss".In October, 2015, David Smolansky received the Heinz Sonntag Youth Prize 2015-2017 awarded by the Hannah Arendt Observatory in recognition of his career and perseverance in the defense of democratic values and peace. In November, he won the Outstanding Young Political World 2015 award, presented in the city of Kazanawa in Japan for his performance in local management and also for defending venezuelan freedom.
On January 14, 2011, the National Electoral Council of Venezuela (Consejo Nacional Electoral) formally accepted Popular Will as a legitimate political party. This was followed by an unprecedented event in Venezuelan political history, namely the choice of a party’s officials in open elections, which were held on July 10, 2011. Later, MUD candidates for the presidency and state government offices were selected in primaries that took place on February 12, 2012. Leopoldo López had retired himself and supported Henrique Capriles Radonski who was elected as the MUD candidate for presidential election of October 7, 2012. Hugo Chávez was reelected as president and the party received 471,677 votes. In the regional elections on December 16, 2012, the party was established as the fourth largest party in MUD coalition and as the sixth nationwide. The youth leader, David Smolansky, won the 2013 municipal election for mayor of the municipality of El Hatillo in Miranda State.
On 29 August 2016 he was detained while driving in the La Trinidad neighborhood of Caracas, as was confirmed by El Hatillo Mayor David Smolansky. Witnesses indicated that the Bolivarian Intelligence Service (SEBIN) was responsible for his detention. Oddly, it was PSUV vice president and National Assembly deputy Diosdado Cabello who officially acknowledged his detention during a government rally. Cabello stated that Goicoechea had been arrested with “explosives and detonators”. For over two days no news were heard of his whereabouts raising concerns of his spouse, fellow party members and Human Rights Foundation. On 31 August 2016 and after his lawyer, Nizar El Fakih, filed an Habeas Corpus recourse for unlawful detention and imprisonment, Goicoechea was finally produced and taken to the arraignment court in Caracas. On the arraigment, his lawyer stated his detention was not only irregularly executed but charges being raised against Goicoechea had no backing on genunine evidence. During the preliminary hearing on Friday September 2, 2016 admissibility was decided. Arraignment judge ordered that Goicoechea should remain under police custody without bail. After hearing the charges and pleading not guilty, Goicoechea expressed his commitment to both democracy and a non-violent struggle for a better future in Venezuela.
As for their profession and employment, the largest group among Poles in Venezuela is constituted by representatives of small family business. There are a considerable number of musicians, academics and doctors. Teodoro Petkoff Malec is a Venezuelan politician, ex-guerrilla, journalist and economist. One of the most prominent politicians on the left in Venezuela, Petkoff began as a communist but gravitated towards liberalism in the 1990s. The governor of Miranda state, Henrique Capriles Radonski and film director Jonathan Jakubowicz are of Polish origin. In the sports world, Jimy Szymanski is a representative of Venezuela in tennis. Mariano Kossowski founded Promar Television in Barquisimeto, Lara State . Nina Novak prima ballerina is a dance national prize of 1996, Harry Abend, is a national prize winning sculptor, and Maria Magdalena and Andrzej Antczak are recognized archaeologists. Ángel Rosenblat was a philologist, essayist and hispanist. Mieczysław Detyniecki is a painter. David Smolansky, politician, Voluntad Popular, mayor of El Hatillo, Miranda State. Franco de Peña, film director. Two Polish Venezuelans have achieved considerable success in the Miss Venezuela. In 1996, Miss Venezuela for Miss World pageant was Ana Cepinska who then get the third place in the Miss World 1996 pageant in India. In 2003 one of the 10 finalists of Miss Venezuela was Francys Sudnicka, who later represented Poland in the Miss Universe 2006 (did not place) and Miss Earth 2006 (semi-finalist) pageants. Waclaw Zalewski was engaged as architect by Universidad de los Andes and MIT.