The president of the Foreign Political Commission, Sovereignty and Integration of the National Assembly (AN), Francisco Sucre, rejected the signing of the military cooperation agreement between the regime of Nicolás Maduro and Russia. The document disclosed by Parliament explained that this is another violation of the Constitution since this type of diplomatic and military missions must be authorized by the Assembly.
“The same agreement has not been reviewed by the Permanent Commission on Foreign Policy, Sovereignty and Integration as a specialized political body, as stipulated in articles 38 and 39 of the Rules of Interior and Debate, nor by the Plenary of this legitimate legislative power, the same has unconstitutionality and therefore it is NULL and VOID”, says the document.
The international alert also noted that this violation of the law is being carried out by the usurper regime to remain in power, which will deepen the humanitarian emergency and prevent “the progress of all Venezuelans without exception.”
The document also referred to the establishment of a new Venezuelan diplomatic mission in Pyongyang, North Korea, to, according to the regime, “expand the ties of friendship and cooperation between Caracas and Pyongyang.” This type of alliances, according to the Constitution, are unique attributions of the President of the Republic.
Before this association, the communiqué assures that the regime intends to make a “geopolitical alliance of states ideologically opposed to the United States, to the Principles of Western Civilization and Violators of Human Rights and Freedoms, trying to forge a protective shield for the Bolivarian Revolution”.
The document concludes by emphasizing that without the cessation of Maduro’s usurpation “there will be no peace, well-being and progress in Venezuela” and that maintaining the regime in power will continue to affect the balance of the American continent and the world.