They are bubbles, crowded bubbles, trapped and alone in a world that still belong to the revolution, surrounded by revolutionary states, exposed to the constant threats of the government but still offering not only resistance but maybe proper alternative political projects to the country.
Things doesn't look as good as I wanted, and it makes me sad to see Venezuelans of those red states voting like sheeps for the Commander and Chief desires. It makes me sad to see that a huge part of Venezuela, probably the most part, think that the Revolution is actually good for us. I don't care if people like the Revolution or not, my point is that the forces are not even close of being balanced and the Revolution has way too much power in part because a lot of people wanted that way, and still do.
But things can get better, with time. The mayors and governors who are going to be at the offices that once belong to the Revolution have a lot of work to do, in most parts the Revolution has proof to be nothing but unneficient in its way to rule. In Caracas, from having only three mayors out of six, we have five now so I trust this brings some changes to my city that has become dangerous, dirty and depressive under the Revolution command. Lets just wait and see if the life inside one of those crowded bubbles proof to make some difference.