In this sense, the parliamentarians also made it clear that this measure will be provisional, because they are sure that they will soon achieve the cessation of usurpation, free elections and, consequently, the freedom of Venezuela, so that all who are today far away they can return to Venezuela and help recover the country.
During the debate of point number one of the AN Session, the following deputies had the right to speak: Carlos Valero, Rafael Veloz, Ylenia Medina, Mariana Lerin, Arkieli Perfect, William Dávila and José Gregorio Correa.
Deputy Carlos Valero, said that “there is currently a really dramatic situation, our brothers throughout the world are fleeing a dictatorship, there are more than 4 million Venezuelans who have fled this regime.”
“We have the certainty that those who today are contributing to the development of the countries where they have arrived, tomorrow will return to build a democratic Venezuela, free and full of opportunities”, Valero added.
“Our Venezuelan brothers suffer a drama as migrants and more than five thousand people leave the country every day. There has been the forced displacement of almost 5 million Venezuelans and that does not matter to the regime”, added parliamentarian Rafael Veloz to participate in the first point of the National Assembly on the problem of immigration status of Venezuelans abroad due to the Complex Humanitarian Emergency.
Deputy Veloz closed his speech by ensuring that from Parliament they are doing everything humanely possible for the people who have had to leave the country. “We do not abandon optimism, we continue working to recover Venezuela, so that these people can return.”
For his part, Deputy William Dávila said that “the world knows what is happening in Venezuela. We have more and more international support, so we are confident that the nations of the world will support us. We thank the countries that have welcomed our Venezuelan brothers with open arms.”
The parliamentarian also said that “sooner rather than later, the migrants will return, they left because of the economic and social catastrophe, because of the violation of their human rights. We seek that those who have left the country be qualified as a refugees. We act according to human interests, we rely on the Cartagena Agreement for the qualification of refugees for Venezuelan migrants, we do what we have to do according to values and principles.”