The deputy to the National Assembly for Petare, Miguel Pizarro commemorated the International Day of Democracy giving a message to the country.
“In Venezuela we live it in a dictatorship, without independence of powers and with a corrupt and negligent regime”, said the parliamentarian to refer to the usurpation under which Venezuela currently lives.
Pizarro, who also heads the special Humanitarian Aid and Social Development commissions in the Venezuelan Parliament, emphasized that the work they have done under the leadership of President Juan Guaidó, remains firm.
In addition to international commitments regarding the TIAR and discussions on human rights violations at the UN, work has continued in parallel with street activities in all cities of the country, in which the parliamentarian and the entire team of the Presidency in charge, have carried the message to the largest number of Venezuelans, to achieve the cessation of usurpation and finally free elections.
“Our struggle is to recover the democracy, justice and freedom of our country. We keep going.” Pizarro concluded in his commemorative message.