The first vice president of the National Assembly, Juan Pablo Guanipa, said that the recognition and ovation given by President Trump, Republicans and Democrats in the United States to the president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, is the result of the struggle and resistance that Venezuelans have maintained against Nicolás Maduro tyranny.
Guanipa said that all Venezuelans must identify with the ovation received by President Guaidó. “Each one of us Venezuelans has the responsibility to act for the freedom of Venezuela. Yesterday’s ovation to Guaidó was an ovation to Venezuela, for the struggle we are waging to achieve freedom, an ovation to the people who have died fighting for democracy, to the persecuted, to the political prisoners, to the exiles, to those who do not have to eat.
“We hope that this fact becomes a pressure factor, which the Nicolás Maduro dictatorship can feel, the loneliness, to have the repudiation of the Venezuelans and the repudiation of the international community, that can open the doors to political change that Venezuelans urgently aspire,” he said.
Installation of Parliamentary Committees
The first vice-president of Parliament announced that the parliament had managed to install 15 committees “that will allow the work of the National Assembly to be deepened,” he told the media on Wednesday.
“Today, the deputies were called to the Parliament’s working committees, whose work is not only related to the sessions but also to the committees to discuss the country’s problems,” he ended.