On Facebook, a video revealed to a charismatic woman who, despite not being able to move normally, went to vote on Sunday in the 2018 referendum in which she will be consulted for a series of political and judicial reforms.
This Sunday, December 9, the referendum 2018 has been carried out in a completely normal manner, a popular consultation in which the population will be consulted for a series of political and judicial reforms. On Facebook, thousands of users have shared some curious facts of this civic act, in which a woman has stolen all eyes and the applause of hundreds on the network.
As revealed to us by a video shared on Facebook by a Peruvian journalist, the woman went to fulfill her civic duty despite not being able to move normally; This act has earned the respect and praise of thousands of users in the social network for incredible detail.
Only a few hours after finishing the 2018 Referendum promoted by the President of the Republic Martín Vizcarra to implement four political and judicial reforms; A young woman on Facebook has gained the appreciation and support of thousands of users since, despite her physical limitations, she went to exercise her vote in this popular consultation.
The woman, who was identified as Gisela Gonzales, went on Sunday to exercise her vote and stole all eyes of the users who came to exercise their citizen’s right. The journalist Fernando Llanos shared this material on his social networks and did not hesitate to praise the woman who, despite not being able to move normally, decided to go to the 2018 Referendum, which will be consulted on this series of reforms.
However, what has most attracted the attention of hundreds of Facebook users is that the woman also went to vote with music; As noted by journalist Fernando Llanos, the woman had her cellphone on speaker with which she could listen to some melodies, which accompanied her to exercise her vote in a totally different way.
“All an example that lady”, “We must all fulfill our right”; were some of the comments that could be rescued from Facebook, where the young woman received all kinds of praise from hundreds of users who also claimed to have come to vote in this 2018 Referendum.