Venezuelan Justice Vetoes Parliamentarian Actions against President
09 de enero de 2017, 18:37Caracas, Jan 9 (Prensa Latina) The Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) reiterated today that the current Parliament lack authority to remove Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro from office, legally elected by the people''s majority.
In an official statement, the Parliament cited the sentence number 948 by the Constitutional Court in November 15, 2016 that bans deputies from calling to and carrying out acts that disrupt peace, instigation against authorities and political powers, as well as actions on the fringe of constitutional rights.
'In recent days, some spokespeople have announced publicly the possibility of declaring by agreement of the majority of the National Assembly, supposed abandonment of the post by the national president, who is the course of his constitutional duties,' the TSJ warned.
The authority also reiterated the call to use negotiation as a tool to resolve differences in the political sphere.
It also highlighted the need for talks between the Executive and the opposition to do duties and achieve constitutional aims, in order to guarantee the building of a fair and peace-loving society and seek promotion of people's prosperity and welfare.
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