President (E) Juan Guaidó said that “Venezuela is under an unprecedented crisis, on the verge of a humanitarian catastrophe” and indicated that “it is necessary to continue working in all areas to achieve the main task, which is to cease with the usurpation and move towards free elections. ”
In this regard, the president in charge presided over the installation of the Delegate Commission of the National Assembly and assured that Parliament will continue to exercise its functions, despite the threats and actions that Nicolás Maduro’s regime carries out against it.
“If the regime wants to put a tank, if it wants to shoot as it has already done against the Federal Legislative Palace, it will not stop us; we will exercise functions where appropriate and as appropriate” he said.
In relation to the harassment by the dictatorship, he reiterated that “the persecution in Venezuela is not only of political leaders, but all those who dare to raise their voices and say what is happening.”
The Venezuelan president said that they have communicated with the country’s trade union leaders to develop strategies to rescue Venezuela, contrary to the regime, “which was said to be a worker regime, and then it was against the union leaders who raise their voices in favor of the claims of the workers”.
He also stressed that upon achieving the freedom of Venezuela there will be a “change, which will generate not only stability, governance, but also, the recovery of the oil industry, the countryside, the recovery of our family -the return of Venezuelans – our tranquility and normality as Venezuelans ”.