Faced with the climate crisis that affects the entire national territory and Venezuelan families, the Delegate Commission of the National Assembly approved an agreement declaring the regime of Nicolás Maduro Moros and its criminal policy against Venezuela and Venezuelans politically responsible for the dire situation afflicting a country under water, isolated, without energy and where it is almost impossible for aid to arrive due to non-compliance with global agreements for the mitigation and adaptation of climate change.
The sanctioned text was presented this Tuesday during the ordinary online session by Deputy María Gabriela Hernández, President of the Permanent Commission on Environment, Natural Resources and Climate Change, where she also noted that the text exhorts the Venezuelan Armed Forces and other living forces of the nation to maintain solidarity and support for the affected communities and to denounce the obstruction of incoming aid.
Likewise, through the document it is requested to send a report that describes the failure of the Venezuelan State to comply with global commitments to reduce greenhouse gases and adapt communities to climate change, to the Conference of the parties to the ‘Paris Accord’ to the ‘Climate Summit’ (COP26), that will be held in November in Glasgow, (Scotland, United Kingdom). This failure in compliance is one of the causes of the seriousness of the current situation of a population under water and unguarded.
Furthermore, the Vice President of the Permanent Commission on Cults and Penitentiary Regime, Deputy Deyalitza Aray pointed out that the Venezuelan State applies all the wrong policies in mining exploitation, in hydrocarbons production and refining, thereby generating the emission of greenhouse gases affecting climate change.
Also, she warned about the refusal by the regime to assign and execute funds for projects that are oriented to the recovery of the lakes, mainly Lake Valencia and Lake Maracaibo, quite on the contrary there is an increase in deforestation and the destruction of national parks, as well as the loss of thousands of productive hectares that affects all Venezuelans.
Furthermore, the President of the Amazon Parliament, deputy Romel Guzamana, denounced that Nicolás Maduro and his regime have diverted world programs destined to preserve the phenomenon of climate change.
He added that there are innumerable complaints stating that in Venezuela there is more pollution than natural resources, knowing that the world depends on them, said the deputy.
“Our ‘vegetable lung’ is a cancer that is eating everything in its path and there is no remedy to cure it, that is why we ask the international organizations related to environmental matters to come to the country and help us through solid programs to recover our ecosystem.”
Dep. Guzamana warned that we are at the forefront of a large-scale ecocide therefore, he called for the protection of the planet, of the trees that produce oxygen.
He reiterated that the regime does not have institutions that help safeguard the natural heritage in Venezuela.