The deputy to the National Assembly, Luis Stefanelli, rejected that Maduro’s dictatorship seeks to completely dismantle the State’s business structure with the “Anti-Blockade Law”, to benefit the personal interests of the regime’s high officials and their allies.
“The Anti-Blockade Law was designed with the specific purpose of authorizing the usurper to dismantle at will the entire business structure of the State, as well as the restrictive norms that they imposed on themselves,” explained Stefanelli in a message published on his Twitter account.
The Venezuelan parliamentarian explained that Article 9 allows the signing of international treaties based on “pre-existing” situations, they will have retroactivity on commitments made before their signature ‘These treaties, agreements, and international conventions shall be based on pre-existing commitments …’.
In this sense, it adds the clear intention of auctioning off to its partners the state companies, particularly the oil companies, as can be seen in Article 24: ‘The national executive may modify the mechanisms of incorporation, ownership, management…’.
Stefanelli explained that with this “Law” Maduro will be able to do anything in economic matters without any limitation. “The opacity with which they supposedly intend to act through this law is a clear crime against humanity,” he said.
“Attention, Maduro intends to scrape the pot (clean up), leave his foreign friends screwed in and legally armored and thus leave Venezuela dismantled before he escapes, there is no other reason for this,” he concluded.
La Ley Anti Bloqueo fue diseñada con el fin específico de autorizar al Usurpador a desmantelar a su antojo toda la estructura empresarial del Estado, así como las normas restrictivas que ellos mismos se impusieron. pic.twitter.com/r90mAcX3O8
— Luis Stefanelli (@LuisStefanelli) October 2, 2020