On Tuesday, the deputy to the National Assembly, Stalin González, during the ordinary session was presented to the Legislative Chamber the Draft Agreement in support of the Comprehensive Political Route proposed to the country that allows free and transparent elections that allow solving the country’s crisis.
González said that the crisis in the country today is the responsibility of the regime that has stolen the country’s money: “since 2013 the big problem in this country is called Nicolas Maduro Moros. Since 2013, this country entered into an economic recession.”
The parliamentarian said that the electoral system was imposed by Maduro and yet they have been victims of their own traps “since 2015 you who got used to doing what you wanted were victims of that electoral system that you have imposed on this country. For in that year with more than 50% of the votes we obtained 70% of the camera, you thought that you were always going to be a majority”.
Likewise, Gonzàlez explained that after the opposition won the majority in the Maduro parliament, he ignored them “the TSJ disregarded that we won this National Assembly. After that, Chavismo retired 14 magistrates and appointed 14 more magistrates to the supreme court without going through due process”.
The parliamentarian stressed that the regime has never presented to the camera the budget of the nation “they never submitted accounts, none of the ministers knows what the budget of their ministry is, neither the institutes, nor the mayor, nobody knows.”
González said that although they made up the Constituent Assembly “it has not served them at all, neither Maduro has presented a budget, nor was he sworn there and you ended up coming back here.”
The second vice president of the National Assembly, stressed that the negotiation mechanism is not the objective it “is a tool. The goal is to end the suffering of the people, that one can live in peace, have a living wage and that the services work. You understand that this is an agreement to stay in power and it is not. We want an agreement for Venezuelans to decide.”
Finally, the deputy insisted “the objective of a negotiation is not to sit down, is that we seek an agreement. You should debrief your delegation and tell them what was really raised there and what was the proposal to solve this.”