Venezuela to skip Miss World 2017?

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No Venezuelan delegate has placed in the Miss World semifinals since Ivian Sarcos won the title in 2011
The beauty pageant powerhouse Venezuela is reportedly not participating in Miss World this year.
According to Exclusiva magazine, the Miss Venezuela Organization will not send a candidate in the 66-year-old pageant due to the country’s current socio-political and economic situation, making the francise fee more expensive for the org.
But there are more compelling reasons, apparently.
En el interior de la Organización Miss Venezuela existe la fiel creencia de que las últimas candidatas venezolanas (Diana Croce en 2016, Anyela Galante en 2015, Debora Menicuci en 2014 y Gabriela Ferrari en 2013) no llegaron a recibir ‘el trato que se merecían’ debido a que la Presidenta del evento, la británica Julia Morley, sostiene que Osmel Sousa le da menos importancia al Miss Mundo que al Miss Universo 
(Within the Miss Venezuela Organization, there is a real belief that the last Venezuelan candidates [Diana Croce in 2016, Anyela Galante in 2015, Debora Menicuci in 2014 and Gabriela Ferrari in 2013] did not receive ‘the treatment they deserved’ because the president of the event, the British Julia Morley, maintains that Osmel Sousa gives less importance to Miss World than Miss Universe.), ” the magazine wrote.
The Miss Venezuela Organization, led by beauty czar Sousa, is yet to release an official statement.
No Venezuelan delegate has placed in the Miss World semifinals since Ivian Sarcos won the title in 2011. Missosology.Org

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