This Tuesday, the usurper Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), in the hands of Nicolás Maduro’s regime, revoked the parliamentary immunity of Deputy Juan Pablo Guanipa. The dictatorship also intends to criminalize him for calling to a march on October 24th to defend the Zulia state from the crisis that the usurping government maintains.
The President (E), Juan Guaidó, repudiated this illegal act and asserted that: “The regime demonstrates its fear of mobilization in the streets, to the calls to protest this October 24th in solidarity with Zulia and this November 16th in all of Venezuela”.
The Presidential Commissioner for Foreign Affairs of Venezuela, Julio Borges, said that Maduro’s regime does not forgive Guanipa’s struggle “in favor of the rights of the Zulians and his commitment to democracy in Venezuela.”
Meanwhile, the deputy of the National Assembly (AN), José Manuel Olivares, also expressed his support and solidarity “in the face of the new outrage by the TSJ.” “No sentence can negate the work and leadership of Juan Pablo in Zulia and much less will it stop the fight for the change in Venezuela”, said Olivares.
For his part, MP José Guerra also offered his support to Guanipa and recalled that he was “the most voted candidate of Venezuela as governor of the most populous state in the country.” He also reiterated the call to march this October 24th.
Gustavo Marcano, Minister Counselor of the Venezuelan Embassy to the United States, reiterated that: “To revoke the immunity of Deputy Juan Pablo Guanipa will not be enough to stop his struggle so that Zulia has decent living conditions.”
Finally, Deputy Avilio Troconiz repudiated the act of the illegitimate TSJ and recalled that “his immunity cannot be revoked by an illegal TSJ, as miserable and unconstitutional as the Cuban ANC.”