To the leader of the opposition, “today more than ever” the combination of “international pressure, internal mobilization and guarantees by those who side with the Constitution” is the “political path and strategy.”
Opposition leader Juan Guaidó confirmed on Sunday 22-N that the National Assembly (AN) will “stay firm” until “free elections”, despite the fact that his term ends on January 5, when the deputies elected on January 6 come into office. December at an election he considered “fraud”.
“They are not going to destroy Parliament, they are going to stay standing and standing until they have achieved their goal, free elections,” said Guaidó at a meeting attended by other deputies, after ‘ to summarize in a video he transmitted on his social networks.
During the meeting, he added that “today more than ever” the combination of “international pressure, internal mobilization and guarantees of those who side with the Constitution” is the “political path and strategy.”
In this sense, he assured that on December 6, Nicolás Maduro’s government will not have “legitimacy” in elections that will probably not receive international community recognition.
Guaidó, as a good part of the opposition, will not attend those elections because he considers them fraudulent, even though the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) has interfered with several opposition parties and transferred the leadership to former militants who were expelled and accused of being corrupt. by his former teammates.
In this way, those parties, with their names, acronyms and colors, will appear on the December 6 election card but not under the leadership of the politicians who lead them but those designated by the TSJ.
The TSJ, in turn, is not recognized by a majority of the opposition because its members, some of Chavismo’s fierce supporters, were elected in a particular process.
Despite this, Guaidó, who is recognized by fifty countries as the acting president of Venezuela, assured that the Government will “do far worse” than in 2018, the year in which Nicolás Maduro was re-elected president of Venezuela in unknown elections. by many countries.
“They are going to do much worse than in 2018 with their deceit and deceit. Today the international community is much clearer,” he concluded.