The deputy to the National Assembly, Williams Dávila, described as successful this Wednesday the tour of President (E) Juan Guaidó. In this regard, he assured that he has managed to “make visible the catastrophe that the Maduro regime has created in Venezuela.”
Davila, in an interview with “Vladimir at 1 o’clock,” said that the recognition given on Tuesday night by the President of the United States to Guaidó further weakens Nicolas Maduro’s regime.
“It is a recognition of the Venezuelan people in their struggle, where the world is showing Guaidó that it recognizes him as President of the Republic. This is an extremely important fact that Guaidó managed to create a narrative and unify the hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans who are abroad. This is a very important political fact in favor of pressuring for a democratic, political way out for Venezuela,” said Dávila.
He reiterated that the speech of the President in charge is aimed at achieving a peaceful exit from those who usurp power and assured that the agenda of ceasing usurpation, transitional government and free elections is maintained.
“I do believe that this international tour weakens Maduro’s government and that leads him to be constantly threatening (…) he denied the presence (visit) of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, he does not want the world to notice the human rights violations that exist in the country. They don’t believe in human rights, they have a relativist conception of human rights”, underlined the parliamentarian for the state of Merida.
In this sense, he emphasized that politicians of socialist ideology defend human rights and not the contrary. However, he described this government as “a criminal organization of the State, it is a delinquent State, which protects irregular situations (activities) in the Venezuelan border”.
There is only one National Assembly
On the political issue, the Acción Democrática leader said that the new board of directors of the National Electoral Council (CNE) should be appointed by the only National Assembly presided over by Juan Guaidó.
“Which National Assembly is going to designate the CNE? The only one, the one presided over by Juan Guaidó, not the one presided over by Luis Parra. In order to hold meetings, they need the support of the PSUV. That is not an Assembly, that is a proselytizing meeting they have there,” he said.
Regarding Parra’s administration, Dávila questioned that they continue to drown in contradictions: “They say that the minutes are not important but they hold meetings because they are supported by the PSUV deputies. If they had the votes to hold an Assembly session, they would act in a very different way,” he emphasized.