The deputy to the National Assembly, Armando Armas, said that we must fight both for the cessation of the usurpation of Nicolas Maduro and for the cessation of the interventionism of the Cuban regime in Venezuela.
“Words like sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity, today remain like the entire Constitution: as dead letter. We must assimilate that the cessation of the usurpation is of the utmost importance, equally we must achieve the cessation of the occupation of the Cuban interventionist element and before that we must talk about international cooperation, because we alone cannot against the occupation.”
He recalled when the dictator Maduro confessed that in Venezuela there are 25 thousand Cuban collaborators. “The regime has made it public and this actions of Castroism has not only been here, in other countries they have sent military infiltrators to destabilize.”
He reaffirmed that sovereignty is not only exercised through the control of the territory but over the actions of individuals and recalled that in the year 2000 international agreements were signed to allow infiltration and the creation of a security system that compromises the data of all Venezuelans.