The deputy to the National Assembly, Delsa Solorzano, ratified during the parliamentary session on Tuesday that any decision taken in Venezuela, to find a solution to the country’s political crisis, must go through the legitimate government of the president in charge Juan Guaido and The National Assembly
“Today we have heard the spokesman of the ruling party invite the board to a dialogue process. They speak of an agreement, one that nowhere indicates that there will be a presidential election. That is the reality that the people of Venezuela watch for and what has made the regime in effect lack legitimacy”, said the parliamentarian.
Also, Solórzano said that the relatives of political prisoners told her that “we are not going to thank them for the freedom of any usurper regime, because we know that we should not have been imprisoned and that our freedom is owed to us by Venezuela.”
Regarding the negotiation in Oslo, Deputy Solórzano said that “beyond our agreement or not, the reality is that the international community was able to observe that with these satraps there is nothing to negotiate, because they pretended that sitting with us, wee were going to legitimize them and let them remain in power.”
She also added that “Venezuela wants change and it is clear that our country will not again be deceived, and Venezuela is very clear about what is happening here and that the scam they intended to do to the country on Monday is not going anywhere, what is going to happen is that the usurpation will soon cease.”
“The usurpation will cease shortly because what we saw yesterday is a symbol of fear of change, fear of the people and a nation that raised its voice and said enough, and that will not accept under any circumstance that they continue trying to impose usurpers on power”, said Solórzano.