The deputies of the National Assembly approved during Tuesday’s ordinary session the Draft Agreement on the occasion of the First Parliamentary Meeting for Freedom and Democracy in Venezuela, in support of the National Assembly and the president-in-charge Juan Guaidó.
During the debate, Congresswoman Delsa Solórzano condemned the persecution unleashed by the dictatorship against the parliamentarians of the National Assembly, who have been victims of the repressive system of the regime.
For his part, Deputy Luis Emilio Rondón thanked the international parliamentarians for their presence. “We have received a lot of solidarity from the international community.”
For his part, Assemblyman Francisco Sucre, president of the Foreign Policy Commission, condemned that “in Venezuela the systematic violation of human rights is State policy, as established in the Bachellet report.”
“You are used to the single thought (pensée unique) of the country that we supposedly have,” said Sucre in reference to the Psuv parliamentarians present.
The debate was closed by Congresswoman Marialbert Barrios who highlighted how the dictatorship talks about “social policies, Clap, Mission Housing, School Feeding Program, which have been a scam. The Clap, if at all, delivers two packages of rice, the houses of the housing mission have no water and thousands of children do not go to school today because there are no facilities, services and much less is there a food program,” she denounced.
“In the face of all this, our message is clear, we will respond forcefully to intolerance, because we are going to remain firm in the face of the onslaught of a usurping regime and firm in defense of the Venezuelan people,” concluded Congresswoman Barrios.