The first Vice President of the National Assembly, Juan Pablo Guanipa, along with other parliamentarians who support democracy in Venezuela, was present at the solidarity kitchen that was held this Sunday around the University Parish of the UCV, and presented a balance of the tour currently being carried out by the president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó.
Guanipa said that Guaidó’s international tour has had repercussions in Europe and within Venezuela, and that due to the support he has received from various countries and Venezuelan migrants, the usurper regime has shown violent attitudes with offenses, without any kind of arguments because they simply look completely lost, and that they have nothing to argue against the tragedy that Venezuelans are suffering.
“The purpose is to intensify the pressure and not to slow the fight that all Venezuelans are maintaining and who are seeking to achieve the conditions that will allow them to go to an electoral process in Venezuela with a new NEC (National Electoral Council). That is the aspiration that we have as Venezuelans and that is why we are going to exert pressure, with all the strength in the world to make this happen,” said Guanipa.
The parliamentarian said that on Monday, January 27th, Guaidó will be received by the Canadian Prime Minister. “The aspiration is also to go to the United States and in the next few days Juan Guaidó will be back in Venezuela resuming his functions as president of the NA, because his functions as president in charge of Venezuela are being assumed with total solidity in his tour of different parts of the world, and we will accompany him in that struggle”.
New mobilization towards the NA
Regarding the mobilization called for next Tuesday to the National Assembly, Guanipa said that “the different fractions are still discussing this in the political Command, in a meeting of the board of directors we will be making the adjustments to make this mobilization to the Federal Legislative Palace, but you can be sure that we are making all the decisions so that this mobilization will take place and that the Venezuelan people will prevail.”
“In any country, it is normal for deputies to go to the seat of legislative power and meet to make decisions. This has been prevented by this dictatorship, it is a demonstration that if it is a dictatorship, they want to decide who are deputies, who are part of the NA, and the people have already decided,” he ended.