Project Venezuela

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Proyecto Venezuela
Proyecto Venezuela
Leader Henrique Salas Römer
Founded 1998
Headquarters Valencia, Carabobo
Ideology Liberal conservatism
Christian democracy
Political position Centre-right[1]
National affiliation Democratic Unity Roundtable
International affiliation International Democrat Union
Regional affiliation Union of Latin American Parties
Seats in the National Assembly
2 / 165
Seats in the Latin American Parliament
0 / 12
Governors of States of Venezuela
0 / 23
2 / 337

Venezuela Project (in Spanish: Proyecto Venezuela) is a centre-right political party in Venezuela. At the legislative elections, 30 July 2000, the party won seven out of 165 seats in the National Assembly of Venezuela. The legislative elections of 2006 were boycotted by the party. The leader is Henrique Salas Römer who was a Presidential Candidate in the 1998 elections.

Its current president is Salas Römer's son, Henrique Salas Feo, former governor of Carabobo. It is a full member of the IDU.

For the upcoming 2017 and 2018 elections, the party withdrew from participating, saying that the CNE's process was too demanding.[2]


  1. ^ Crisp, Brian F.; Levine, Daniel H.; Molina, José E. (2003), "The Rise and Decline of COPEI in Venezuela", Christian Democracy in Latin America: Electoral Competition and Regime Conflicts, Stanford University Press, p. 289 
  2. ^ "Proyecto Venezuela suspende su participación en el proceso de validación". La Patilla (in Spanish). 26 March 2017. Retrieved 27 March 2017.