The Delegate Commission meets, this Wednesday, December 22, online, to discuss two proposals regarding the future of the 2015 National Assembly (AN) and the interim government headed by Juan Guaidó
The Delegate Commission meets, this Wednesday, December 22, online, to debate, in the first discussion, two proposals regarding the future of the National Assembly (AN) 2015 and the interim government headed by Juan Guaidó.
The projects presented are the reform of the Law of the Statute that Governs the Transition to Democracy to restore the validity of the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, presented by Guaidó; and the partial reform project of the Law of the Fund for the Liberation of Venezuela and Attention to Vital Risk Cases (First Justice, Democratic Action, A New Time and Movement for Venezuela).
During his intervention in the AN debate, Nora Bracho (UNT) expressed that there is much to be grateful for Guaidó’s management, but stressed that it has not been enough to materialize political change in the country.
«President Guaido He has made a great effort, but he himself must understand that it has not been enough, it is necessary to correct when it must be corrected. We have had a scheme that has not been the right one for the Venezuelan people,” he said.
Likewise, the parliamentarian indicated that “the interim government should not mean a bureaucratic obstacle in this battle.”
Bracho, from the AN, advocated that the unit not be fragmented, in view of the 2024 presidential elections. He added that the opposition fight is the fight of millions of Venezuelans who want a free and democratic country.
«We propose the continuity of the legitimate ANthe AD Hoc Board of the BCV and that of Petróleos de Venezuela, our mission is to serve and this service must not only be tied to being useful, but also to offering viable solutions”, stated Bracho.
In contrast, the deputy Sergio Vergara (Popular Will) pointed out that the arguments of those who want to change the institutional route are surprising. He maintained that the two projects are diametrically opposed and warned that it is intended to assign powers to the AN that correspond to the State.
In this sense, Vergara accused the parties promoting the liquidation of the interim of a “parliamentary coup.”
He ratified the willingness of Voluntad Popular to advance in a discussion that keeps the Presidency in charge and that covers the constitutional vacuum. He stressed that the opposite “is that they recognize Nicolás Maduro.”
Vergara questioned, during his speech, whether the parties that propose to leave the interim have the endorsement of the international community: «This is when we ask ourselves the question: Has this been discussed with the international community? I have my doubts and I would like them to look for those statements, we do have statements recognizing President Juan Guaidó.”
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