Within the framework of the closing of the tour through the State of Miranda, the First Vice President of the National Assembly, Juan Pablo Guanipa, participated this Saturday in the walk supported by the National Assembly and called by healthcare workers and unions, in order to demand the entry of vaccines to Venezuela.
Futhermore, the ‘Primero Justicia’ leader said that “the rights of Venezuelans are being violated, by a dictatorship that does not care about anything. This dictatorship has led us to a situation of impoverishment, and in the face of the pandemic, the regime has prevented the entry of vaccines for political reasons, so we have to raise our voices.
Guanipa assured that they are not only demanding that vaccines enter the country, but that there are several requests and demands that they intend to carry out with these acts and street demonstrations.
“From the National Assembly we have done everything necessary for these vaccines to enter, but we also demand that when that happens, they be administered ethically and professionally and that our doctors, nurses and technicians are fully prepared. The additional requirement is that, if a commission was made made up of representatives of different unions, who are aware of this reality, and designated by the legitimate National Assembly, and also by representatives of the dictatorship, make it work, at least, to preserve life of the people in Venezuela,” he said.
Guanipa said that vaccines cannot be distributed under political criteria, giving as an example, the ‘Carnet de la Patria’, which he said is a card of party militancy in the PSUV.