The deputies to the National Assembly, Enrique Márquez and Angel Medina, did not recognize their inclusion as part of an unconstitutional commission of investigation that deputy Luis Parra, a member of the Psuv-Clap faction, intends to create.
In this regard, Marquez affirmed his support for the president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, and his disregard for the actions that Parra intends to carry out.
“I learn that Luis Parra’s vitiated AN has unconsciously included me in a Special Commission of Inquiry. By this means I ratify my support to the directive of the National Assembly presided by Juan Guaidó and I do not recognize the designation of which I have been object by the deputy Parra,” sentenced the parliamentarian through a message published in Twitter.
Medina said it was absurd that they had been invited to participate in a commission that lacked legitimacy.
“It is absurd to pretend that we will participate in a supposed commission, which does not have the legitimacy or authorization of the National Assembly and its Board of Directors headed by Juan Guaidó,” he ended.