Promulgated reform to the Organic Law of Communal Councils

Promulgated reform to the Organic Law of Communal Councils

During the seventh edition of the “Con Maduro +” program, which is hosted every Monday by the President of the Republic Nicolás Maduro, the reform of the Organic Law of Community Councils was presented for approval, an instrument that is being consulted with the bases by of the national Parliament.

The head of state stamped his signature on the legal text while reflecting on the need for organized popular power and the deputies of the National Assembly to remain in the same line of work to build laws that benefit the people.

He asked to establish mechanisms to listen and debate permanently to “seek solutions with our people.” The objective of this law is to regulate, establish and organize the operation of the Communal Councils as a territorial entity and communal government instance, guaranteeing the leading participation for the direct exercise of communal public policies.

Representatives Carlos Mogollón and Willy Medina participated in the program, who toured various states of the country, meeting with organized popular power, to gather data for the reform of the Organic Law of Community Councils.

Among the modifications presented by the new text, is the creation of a community government instance, which will allow more power to be transferred to the people. It also seeks to strengthen the assembly spirit and the obligation to render accounts to the citizens’ assembly each year.

Jorge Arreaza, Minister of Communes, who was also present at the event, said that the new legal instrument is a law that ends red tape and grants more power to the organized people.

The president applauded that the deputies and the popular power are articulated for the benefit of the majorities, and when stamping his signature to promulgate the Reform of the Organic Law of the Communal Councils, he said that the text will give “more popular power, more direct democracy , more freedom”.

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