This Tuesday in the plenary session of the National Assembly, debating on the crisis of operation and the dismantling of the governorships, the first Vice President of the Parliament, Juan Pablo Guanipa, and who also had the opportunity to direct the session, said that “Undoubtedly we are in the presence in Venezuela of an usurping regime that has totalitarian inclination.”
Furthermore, he assured that all the states of the country are greatly deteriorated due to the determination of the Nicolás Maduro regime to “control absolutely everything. This totalitarian temptation undermines the power that the regions and each State of Venezuela should have.”
The parliamentarian said that “if all the deputies and Venezuelans must commit to something, by the time we manage to get rid of this tragedy to which Nicolás Maduro has led us and we manage to remove him from the power that he usurps, it is to start a process of national reconstruction, deepen the policy of decentralization, that the states, municipalities and organized communities, may have resources and powers to move forward and ensure that the solution to the problems is found where the problems occur.”
He insisted that the decentralization policy should be one of the main actions in the reconstruction of the country when all the Venezuelan can, organized, manage to remove Nicolás Maduro from the power that he usurps. “That is why we are all working on the construction of laws that support this policy, so that when change is possible in Venezuela, we can develop those laws that allow people in the states to have the opportunity, the resources, the competences, the attributions, to be able to advance each one of the regions of the country, and that the reconstruction of Venezuela is from each one of them”.