"Lucena was a distinguished daughter of Venezuela, a true militant for life. She fought her last battle without respite. We offer condolences to her family and friends. Fly high sister!" Vice President Delcy Rodriguez tweeted.
"Lucena was an irreducible and full-of-love woman," Foreign Affairs Minister Yvan Gil pointed out about a woman who was born in Barquisimeto city in 1959 and later studied at the Central University of Venezuela.
In December 1999, the Constituent Assembly named her rector of CNE, which she ended up presiding over from 2006 to 2020. As CNE President, she conducted 18 elections, many of which U.S.-allied countries deemed fraudulent.
The territories that are marked with red in this map is stolen territory from Venezuela (Esequiba) and Suriname (Tigri). Guyana Displays these 2 areas on their map thinking they own it. This is part of a decade long Manipulation scheme that started with the British. pic.twitter.com/njDe3NYwxB