Official deputy assures that Maduro gives “statesman lessons” with his tour

Official deputy assures that Maduro gives “statesman lessons” with his tour

Jacobo Torres believes that this international agenda of Maduro “broke the blockade” and predicts that it will end in Russia. In the same way, he warned that there is an alleged plan to “try to implode the revolution” using the contradictions they have in their ranks.


The deputy of the National Assembly elected in December 2020, Jacobo Torres, stated that he was “excited” by the “statesman’s lessons” that the president, Nicolás Maduro, is giving with the international tour that he is carrying out and that has already taken him to five countries in the world. Eurasia and Africa.

Torres, in an interview for VTVassured that the figure of Maduro is in the arena “with positive things” and sending the message to the world that Venezuela is a country of peace and dialogue, compared to what in his opinion happened in the recent edition of the Summit of the Americas organized by the United States, “where Biden excluded countries and treated others like lackeys in his backyard.”

He believes that the Venezuelan president’s tour should end in Russia, since in his opinion it should be consistent with actions regarding the need to promote “development poles” in the world. He stressed that the international work agenda, in addition to strengthening the Venezuelan economy, seeks to diversify investment agreements in various areas.

In his opinion, “Maduro ‘technically’ broke the blockade and strengthened Venezuela’s image in the world.”

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Similarly, he warned that there is an alleged plan to “try to implode the revolution” using the contradictions they have in their ranks. In this sense, deputy Torres stressed that Maduro has been working to rebuild the salary and work on the recovery of the country and said that this process is not easy, for which he pointed out that they will continue to defend the Executive and its initiatives.

Regarding the ALBA-Workers proposal, which seeks to bring together the trade union movements of countries such as Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela, the official parliamentarian commented that they have been working on this project for years and that they are currently entering a stage of “definitions.”

Part of the objective of this organization is that it be really effective and not be perceived as “improvised”, but rather that by seeking cohesion among the workers in their struggles, they can go to instances such as the International Labor Organization (ILO) and present themselves as a single block to defend.

In the month of September, a meeting of this group is planned in Venezuela to review several things and define the course they will take, while making it clear that it will be the political will that will allow the consolidation of that organization in a short time.


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