The first vice-president of the National Assembly, Juan Pablo Guanipa, met this Friday with students from the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, where they talked about the impact of Nicolás Maduro’s regime on university autonomy.
“We talked with the students of the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello. This dictatorship has been intent in trying to end the autonomy to control the universities, it refuses tolerate free thought and a real extension of the university”, said Guanipa through his official Twitter account.
In this sense, the first vice-president of the NA stated that “Venezuela needs to normalize itself and that the struggle we Venezuelans are waging is partly important to recover it.”
“The struggle of the students is going to allow these changes to take place, and for Venezuela to completely change its history,” he concluded.