The deputies to the National Assembly, Angel Medina and Amelia Belisario, indicated in the name of Primero Justicia Party, that a plan orchestrated by Nicolas Maduro’s regime to forge a fraudulent election is being created, kidnapping the (voting) cards of the democratic parties that make life in the Unity Caucus.
Furthermore, deputy Angel Medina said that Maduro’s plan began on January 5th, 2020, and seeks to transform political decisions into judicial acts, “we have seen in Venezuela how the institutions that have been kidnapped and are servile to the regime have lent themselves to this.
“Today what is supposed to be a court has been activated again, as the Supreme Court of Justice has pliant to Maduro to give judiciality (sic) to absolutely political decisions. This is a plan that seeks to create a theater of fraudulent elections to give an impression of democracy in Venezuela,” he said.
Medina emphasized that this plan of the regime not only has to do with the kidnapping of the card and symbols of Primero Justicia, but also has to do “with ending the institutionality in the country, this began on January 5th when they took on the AN and militarized the Federal Legislative Palace.”
In the parliamentarian’s opinion, this plan of the regime has a second act that is about “expropriating and stealing the (voting) cards of the democratic political parties in Venezuela, through mechanisms that are also fraudulent and distorted, and that is why they use the so called the Supreme Court of Justice”.
“The assault on Parliament goes hand in hand with the theft of the Primero Justicia card. These are not isolated events, they are intended to put an end to Primero Justicia, but they will not succeed, just as they have not been able to put an end to the National Assembly,” Medina said.
The Primero Justicia leader also said that Maduro also intends to expropriate the cards of other democratic political parties to create “an election theater.”
“The regime is going to create a mock election so that the people cannot choose freely. We, who defend democracy, are fighting for conditions that will allow truly free and transparent elections.”
Medina said that it is necessary to respond “to this aberration of some people who are no longer in Primero Justicia, some who want to destroy our dignity, but we tell them that we are standing and we are going to change this terrible reality that Venezuela is experiencing, they will not be able to destroy our democratic impetus.”
“You three, because you are only three, will not be able to end the inescapable strength of thousands of men and women who every day go out into the streets to change this country. Let no one be deceived by this attemmpt to stage a parody of elections, but the reality is that in Venezuela we have a crisis generated by Maduro himself and that all Venezuelans are suffering from it”.
“These three deputies who sold out are now part of the regime’s nomenclature. Anyone who tries to annihilate the National Assembly is an accomplice to the destruction of Venezuela. They will not be able to defeat us, nor all their ill-gotten wealth, they will not be able to defeat Primero Justicia, we ratify our fight for democracy and freedom in Venezuela”.
For her part, Amelia Belisario, deputy to the National Assembly and assistant secretary of Primero Justicia, indicated that “only three have sold their conscience, these three are employees of Maduro, they are slaves of the regime and its mafias, they did not know the statutes of Primero Justicia, they excluded themselves, by deviating from a collective and collegiate decision of the party.”
“They excluded themselves when they failed to follow the principles of Primero Justicia, when they forgot about why this party was created, Primero Justicia was born to confront a cowardly, murderous, and dictatorial regime,” emphasized Belisario.
The parliamentarian said that “these three deputies decided to be slaves of a mafia that every day violates the rights of Venezuelans, they decided to betray the opportunity and trust that Primero Justicia gave them, an organization full of men and women who walked the streets for you to be deputies, without that support you would be nobody today.”
The parliamentarian reminded all the Primero Justicia workers that “the Primero Justicia party is your family, and we are going to defend our family. We tell these people that they do not reflect our values, principles, and what we have defended since the founding of our party.”
“Maduro is wrong about these three employees that he now has, they recur to Maduro’s law firm which is the illegitimate Supreme Court to ask for justice, to a Supreme Court that has violated the National Assembly with more than 60 illegal sentences, to ask for democracy and justice to an illegitimate Supreme Court that endorsed the kidnapping of our brother Juan Requesens, they are going to an illegitimate Supreme Court to ask for justice only for them and to carry out an errand that their boss Nicolas Maduro asked them to do.”
Belisario recalled that the illegitimate TSJ is responsible in fact for “us having more than 30 deputies in exile, this TSJ is also responsible for the murder of our brother Fernando Albán. They are going to ask for justice from the executioners of Venezuela, who have killed thousands of Venezuelans by generating an economic and social crisis, they will not be able to deceive anyone”.
“You arrived at Maduro’s office in buses escorted by the repressive bodies of the regime, and you went so far as to hand out money and custom brand new shirts. To wear the colors of Primero Justicia, you must do so with honor and dignity and not in exchange for money.”
Amelia Belisario reminded the audience that those who have been victims of the regime’s repression “will never be escorted by the repressive bodies of Maduro. This party was born to fight against the dictatorship. Primero Justicia will not be sold, nor will we be slaves of the Maduro mafias.”
“We represent this party and its values, we fight against the dictatorship, against injustice, against the ignominy of Maduro, we even fight against the armed collectives, that is the difficult part, you accepted three lochas (bits) and sold your dignity. We, the vigilantes, remain firm with all the Democratic Unity, defending the rights of all Venezuelans. Primero Justicia and its vigilantes do not surrender.”
This declaration was accompanied by the militancy, leadership and deputies of the political parties that make up the Democratic Unity.