The National Assembly paid a posthumous tribute during Tuesday’s session to Deputy Addy Coromoto Valero, who died last Wednesday, January 22nd, after losing her battle with cancer.
“We are presenting the Draft of Family Responsibility for the Elderly, it was prepared by our colleague Addy Coromoto Valero, she taught us about dignity, I never stop going to work despite the disease,” said Deputy Karin Salanova.
In this sense, she indicated that Addy Coromoto is “an example that Venezuela can be saved, that’s why we tell Venezuela to trust its leaders, little by little we will recover the country and you will be a heroine”.
The first vice president of the National Assembly, Juan Pablo Guanipa, said that parliamentarian Addy Coromoto Valero “had a noble performance, a dignified performance.”
“Addy Coromoto Valero was a good and dignified woman, she deserves to have her name engraved for posterity, we all feel a fondness for her,” said parliamentarian Carmen María Sivoli.
Meanwhile, legislator Alexis Paparoni emphasized that Addy Coromoto Valero “started in a very humble home but full of virtues and principles, the Glory to the Brave People instilled in her the service to the country, she reached leadership positions as a councilman in Merida and then a deputy”.
Finally, Congresswoman María Gabriela Hernández emphasized that “we were all born to serve, each human being is a potential servant, even when dying Addy represented so many Venezuelans who are living today the complex humanitarian emergency”.
“Let Addy’s children know that their colleagues remember her with their hearts, we feel proud that there are Venezuelans like her, I was impressed that during her last days she had words of encouragement for us,” ended Parliamentarian Delsa Solórzano.