The re-institutionalization of the State through the transitional government to achieve a solution to the crisis in Venezuela, said the President (e) of the country, Juan Guaidó, is a fundamental element within the proposed route that passes through the cessation of usurpation, transitional government and free elections.
“The re-institutionalization of government powers in Venezuela is essential. To have a new National Electoral Council, for example, and all the conditions that didn’t happen in 2018 and really free elections require.”
This announcement was made by Guaidó after being received in an act where he shared with leaders and activists of the Democratic Action party held in the state of Aragua, and which he attended as a guest with the second vice president of the National Assembly (AN), Stalin González, and several deputies of Parliament.
He also said that in this fight for the freedom of Venezuela and its democracy, respect for political parties and ideological differences is indispensable. He said that despite the regime’s attack, “he has not been able to end the republican spirit sown by Don Romulo Betancourt”, known as the “father of democracy” in Venezuela.
The President in charge acknowledged the militancy of Democratic Action for its tireless struggle, especially the first vice president of the AN, Edgar Zambrano, who despite having 115 days kidnapped by the regime has not abandoned the battle for the country.