The deputies that make up the Delegate Commission of the Legitimate National Assembly of Venezuela, Juan Pablo Guanipa, María Hernández, Williams Dávila, Luis Florido, Delsa Solórzano and Macario González, continued their tour this Friday through the streets of Santa Teresa del Tuy, the Valles de Tuy, and in the Baruta municipality in Miranda State. There they reaffirmed their commitment to fight for and demand free elections, the importation of vaccines against COVID-19 for all Venezuelans and for the restoration of democracy and freedom In Venezuela.
Furthermore, the deputy Juan Pablo Guanipa, first vice president of the National Assembly, reproached Nicolás Maduro’s criminal dictatorship for its indolence and disinterest to get Venezuelans vaccinated against the coronavirus pandemic, “which is killing thousands of nationals.”
“The one who really has us asphyxiated as a nation is the disastrous dictatorship of Nicolás Maduro, which is linked to drug trafficking, paramilitarism, international terrorism, and to countries that do not believe in democracy such as: Cuba, Russia, China, Iran and Turkey. Given this, we Venezuelans must continue fighting until we manage to get them out, here no one is willing to resign. This is the hour of the Venezuelan resistance,” stated the parliamentarian.
The group of legislators held an assembly and a walked to Plaza Bolívar together with the residents of the Valles del Tuy communities. During the mobilization, Deputy Delsa Solórzano, reproached that those who today usurp power in Miraflores are vaccinated, while the health sector, teachers, the elderly and the rest of the population have not been immunized.
During the tour, the deputy María Hernández, held conversations with the residents of Miranda, who expressed their support for the legitimate National Assembly, and joined the national demand for a massive vaccination plan for all Venezuelans, without political and social exclusion.
“This situation created by the dictatorship, the isolation of the peoples, of the citizens, left to their fate without health care, services or security, that is an international crime called genocide,” warned the legislator who in turn commented that citizens manifested complaints about “the increase in transport fares and the absence of the second dose of vaccines against COVID-19 for health personnel in Santa Teresa del Tuy.”
Venezuela wants free elections
In the afternoon, the Delegate Commission moved to the facilities of the Santa Sofía Neighborhood Association, in El Cafetal, Baruta municipality, Miranda State, where they held a citizens’ assembly with the residents of the area. From there, the deputies affirmed that they will continue to be deployed in various regions of the country, transmitting the “firm and clear message of free and fair elections” because “all Venezuelans want to vote, choose, define our future.”
Deputy Williams Dávila intervened in the activity, who confirmed that civil society and the country’s democratic factors are seeking a “change in the system, a different state, through free elections to get rid of this oligarchic dictatorship, which has made poorer the poorest and richest those in power, to the point that they are vaccinated at the expense of the welfare of the people ”.
Next, the deputy Luis Florido, clarified that “our fight is not only with resistance but with resilience. Overcoming what we are experiencing, but above all, not getting used to it. This tragedy will end as we rise up.”
For his part, Deputy Macario González, recalled the words of the President in Charge of Venezuela and the National Parliament Juan Guiadó Márquez, who recommended “defeating the virus of fear.”
He took the opportunity to explain that the Venezuelan Democratic Alternative “is not promoting violent and fratricidal solutions, we are looking for a peaceful path that we must conquer with our struggle to ensure that there are legitimate governments in Venezuela that take care of the people.”