The President of the country and of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, asked the deputies who are in exile, with whom he held a meeting this Thursday, to make a thorough effort and to continue with firmly in the fight for the freedom of Venezuela from wherever they are.
“Today the only tool to fight that Venezuelans have is the Parliament that represents them and is made up of the deputies who were elected by 14 million women and men in 2015. I ask you to make a great effort from wherever you are to fight from all possible sides”.
Among the actions to be undertaken for the next few days, Guaidó proposed the start of an information campaign, so that those who still have some doubts around the world may be clear that in Venezuela there is a regime that commits crimes against humanity and a systematic violation of human rights, according to the Report of the “Detailed Conclusions of the Independent International Mission for the Determination of the Facts on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela” presented by the United Nations Organization (UNO), last Wednesday, September 16th.
Likewise, he requested to raise their voices and denounce the fraud that the dictatorship intends to commit next December 6th.
“The UN Report places Maduro at the level of the atrocious crimes committed by Gaddafi. No one can be left in doubt at this moment that in Venezuela there is a criminal regime that pretends to legitimize itself through the farce of December 6th, and which is also a firing squad, not an election, because it does not have the minimum conditions that would make it competitive”.
The reelected President of the National Parliament recalled that 37 political parties and more than 100 civil organizations expressed their rejection to the fraud called on by the regime, but also signed the Unitary Pact that proposes a political route to end the crisis in the country which implies fair, free and verifiable parliamentary and presidential elections.
For their part, the deputies in exile who participated in the meeting, manifested and ratified their commitment to fight for political change in Venezuela. They emphasized that not because they are outside the country, they will stop working for freedom.
They also expressed their support to Guaidó as the President in charge of Venezuela, as well as to the political route, which among the strategies it proposes is the Popular Consultation.