“The Street protest is essential to end the usurpation”, said the deputy to the National Assembly (AN), Omar González Moreno, in the midst of a call so that public agenda of the transition be more daring in organizing citizen demonstrations.
We have reasons, he said, and the necessary arguments for Venezuelan society to take to the streets. We cannot give respite to a regime that is based on oppression. I retake that old slogan ‘not one step back’, now more than ever we have to go forward with energy.
The parliamentarian said that it is vital that democratic organizations and the transitional presidency of Venezuela, in charge of Juan Guaidó, assume a more resolute position and thus make their own the proposal of the Route of Courage presented months ago by María Corina Machado.
“We have advanced, especially in the international scene, but this is not enough. We must move further and faster, we cannot stall or fall asleep on our laurels, we have to go out to the streets and take on the usurpation with a civic citizen demonstration and in absolute respect to the constitution of the nation. ”
Omar González echoed the public call made by the leader of Vente Venezuela, María Corina Machado, endorsing a meeting of presidents of the continent to put an end to the international destabilization campaign promoted by the Sao Paulo Forum.
“We cannot fall to lies, the one behind everything that happens in Chile, Ecuador and even in the attempt of electoral fraud in Bolivia is the Sao Paulo Forum, with political guidance from Havana and financing by the Venezuelan usurpation”.
He pointed out that the presidents of Chile, Sebastián Piñera; Ecuador, Lenín Moreno; Argentina, Mauricio Macri; Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro; Colombia, Iván Duque, and the president of the Venezuelan transition, Juan Guaidó, must create mechanisms for the democratic protection of the American continent against the present threats.
The legislator for the Anzoátegui state was firm in asserting that Venezuelans need a democratic coalition to organize to free the hemisphere from the weight of the usurpation and the consequences of the socialism of starvation. “We must fight and not be afraid to ask for help from those who can help us,” he said.