AN approves admission of remains of Pío Tamayo to the National Pantheon

AN approves admission of remains of Pío Tamayo to the National Pantheon

This Tuesday, the National Assembly (AN) approved the honors to enter the mortal remains of the Venezuelan poet, politician, journalist and intellectual José Pío Tamayo, to the National Pantheon, to commemorate 87 years of his death.

After a debate in Parliament, they also agreed on the burial of the mortal remains of Pío Tamayo, for which a commission of deputies was proposed to go to Larense territory, specifically in El Tocuyo, to visit the cemetery and guarantee the security of the process.

Likewise, it was approved to render honors at the Castle of Puerto Cabelloin a public act in which the rejection of the dictatorships in Venezuela is expressed, proposing as a stage the front of cell number six.

Pío Tamayo revolutionary referent

The agreements are based on the example and morality of Pío Tamayo as a teacher, as well as on his humanity and critical, revolutionary and dignified thinking.

In addition, for being a fighter for Venezuela to reaffirm its moral sense collectively, claiming the voice of the working class, of the peasants and the restructuring of Venezuelan and Latin American society, AVN reported.

On the other hand, they recognized that Tamayo confronted imperialism and recognized in it the main source of backwardness and vulnerabilities in the country.

Finally, he is recognized for being the forerunner of revolutionary ideas, which he conceived with originality; as well as for organizing the ideas for a left politics.

«Pio Tamayo was clear that the ideological perspective of humanity was socialism for Venezuela and the world. For this reason, the youth must be presented with this fighter, a historical figure,” said deputy Fernando Soto Rojas, during the debate in the National Assembly session.

José Pío Tamayo, who was born on March 4, 1898 in El Tocuyo, in the state of Lara, in central-western Venezuela, is a benchmark of revolutionary militancy and unwavering struggle for the social transformations of his time.

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