The deputies of the Delegate Commission of the National Assembly, continuing with their tour throughout the national territory, received from teaching professionals, and the agricultural and livestock sector of the Yaracuy State a document containing complaints about the conditions of food production and education in that federal entity.
The parliamentarians of the legitimate NA arrived this Wednesday, April 28th, in Yaracuy State, where they made a tour through the streets of San Felipe, to then hold a meeting with political factors and the Broad Front of that entity.
In this regard, the First Vice President of the National Assembly, Juan Pablo Guanipa, accompanied by a large group of citizens from Yaracuy, assured that the document received will be delivered to the Presidency of the National Assembly in the hands of President in Charge, Juan Guaidó, so that the appropriate actions are taken.
He stated that the Delegate Commission is an effort that is being carried out in Venezuela to achieve the liberation of the country and, in his opinion, that liberation is what will bring the opportunity to resume production in the nation and increase the quality levels in the education of the Venezuelans.
In conjunction with the deputies: Luis Florido; María Gabriela Hernández; Delsa Solórzano; Macario González; Williams Dávila; Romel Guzamana; Daniel Antequera; Eliecer Sirit; Gilber Caro; Oneiber Peraza and Biagio Pilieri, he remarked that the great fight for the liberation of Venezuela must take place now.
“Dismissing Nicolás Maduro will be the door that opens to begin the process of rebuilding our homeland in which we all must be protagonists.”
The deputy Luis Florido assured that the presence of the parliamentarians who make up the Delegate Commission of the NA in that central-western state of the country, is to ratify the values of democracy and freedom that is defended by the National Parliament that was elected by more than 14 million Venezuelans.
He noted that the NA has not declined in its powers, much less in its attributions nor its duty, such as raising the morale of the people of Venezuela, of Yaracuy, to raise our voices and achieve free elections so that the country can rebuild itself with a new government of national unity.
Unity to achieve a political solution
Furthermore, Deputy Macario González indicated that the message of President Juan Guaidó is unity to achieve a political solution to the tragedy of the regime that has ruined the lives of all Venezuelans.
For his part, Deputy Williams Dávila reported that Yaracuy is the fourth state with the highest rate of food and nutritional insecurity.
“This highlights once again the failure of Nicolás Maduro’s regime that turned its back on the Venezuelan people, it does not care at all about the health of the people, the health of the Yaracuyanos, and today, together we fight to rescue our freedom, democracy and full social justice for all.”
Meanwhile, the parliamentarian Eliecer Sirit, assured that the Delegate Commission decided to travel throughout country to bring a message of hope, faith and show the people that it is necessary to rebuild unity in order to advance on the route that has been chosen and achieve the freedom of Venezuela.
In this context, Deputy Gilber Caro said that 90% of Venezuelans want to get rid of Maduro and in view of this, the democratic forces in the country are united to achieve this goal and be able overcome the main problems that afflict citizens.
Deputy Oneiber Peraza thanked the citizens of Yaracuy for welcoming the Delegate Commission and highlighted the need of their fighting spirit for Venezuela to be free. He called on all ‘Yaracuyanos’ not to give up and take into account that to achieve democracy in the country the path is unity.
The deputies of the Delegate Commission of the National Assembly in their tour of Yaracuy state, walked through the Albarico Parish, in the Sucre Municipality.