Opposition Grows to Coupist Attempts in Venezuelan Parliament
11 de enero de 2017, 14:46Caracas, Jan 11 (PL) Although the opposition majority in the Venezuelan parliament bets today for a political process to dismiss President Nicolas Maduro, socialist deputies and even several figures of the right in the country reject that proposal.
The eve, the representatives of the Bloc of the Homeland in the National Assembly lodged an appeal to annul against the Legislative Power and demanded political, administrative and penal responsibility of opposition leaders for their inconstitutional actions.
Socialist deputy Hector Rodriguez repeated that the decrees of that organ are null for its condition of contempt to the Judicial Power and the coup process against the head of State is illegal as it is not protected by the Constitution of the country.
In this way, the bench lead by Rodriguez responded to the poll carried out on Monday in the unicameral parliament (of opposing majority), which approved to de4clare the alleged abandonment of the post by president Maduro.
On Tuesday, the president of surveying firm Datanalisis Luis Vicente Leon made known his stand in Twitter by asserting that actions of the National Assembly 'are relevant in symbolic terms but not in their capacity to execute its decisions'.
Regarding the recent changes in the Executive, considered that the Head of State 'does not look to protect himself from his exit, but to reinforce its close core'.
I think they are wrong those who believe the President does not rule, he sentenced.
On the other hand, through a communiqué, the Venezuelan Program for Education Action in Human Rights alleged the proposal of parliament 'is a forced interpretation of the Constitution'.
The controversial Non-Government Organization admitted with those acftions the Assembly 'will worsen the weakening of democratic institutionality in the country'.
While the governor of Lara State and spokesperson of the party Avanzada Progresista, Herni Falcon, also objected the declaration of the parliament to dismiss the present president.
'That proposal, far from being a benefit, in order to move forward in credibility before the population as alternative, it generates more suspicion and frustration', he considered.
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