“Colleagues deputies and senators, you arrive at a combative National Assembly, a National Assembly that we have turned into the epicenter of world resistance,” said National Assembly deputy Williams Dávila Barrios during Tuesday’s ordinary session in which senators and deputies from Spain, Argentina and Costa Rica participated.
Within the framework of the First Parliamentary Encounter taking place in Venezuela, which included a visit to the Capitol, Davila told his colleagues about the international actions that have been developed in favor of Venezuela to seek solutions to the crisis that the country is going through.
“They do not come to collect bonuses, nor to seek contracts, they come as our brothers, with courage and bravery and with the highest ideal of human redemption,” said the spokesman of Acción Democrática to thank the active solidarity in such a difficult moment for Venezuelan democracy.
Dávila reiterated to the delegation formed by Humberto Benedetto, from Argentina; Javier Maroto, José Ignacio Echaniz, Belen Hoyo, Valentina Martínez, from Spain; and Dragos Dolavesco, from Costa Rica; that the regime pretends to show the world a normalicy that does not exist.
In this sense, the legislator recalled that electoral fraud has activated antibodies against Venezuelan democracy. “For us, free elections with an CNE designated by this Legislative Power, the only one with constitutional competence to name it, is the way to solve the crisis.”
He also pointed out the permanent harassment of Maduro’s regime against the legitimate National Assembly, which includes parliamentarians with years without payment and with revoked passports.
Before finishing, the representative of the state of Merida in the Capitol thanked the voice of confidence and solidarity. “They find a country on its feet, which will soon emerge from this dictatorship. Take the message to the whole world, let it be known that there is a National Assembly that is not willing to yield,” he said.