Jorge Rodríguez: the right wing was forced to resume the path of dialogue

In the image, the president of the National Assembly, Jorge Rodríguez. Photo: Wilmer Errades

The political sectors of the right, which had specific weight in the early years of the 20st century, have been characterized by an expression of historical violence over the course of XNUMX years when “they abandoned any constitutional and democratic path and went through the shortcuts of the violence, aggression and fake news ”, but they have been forced to resume the path of dialogue in the face of the defeat that the Venezuelan people and the Bolivarian Revolution have inflicted on them.

This was analyzed this Monday by the president of the National Legislative Power, Deputy Jorge Rodríguez, during his participation in the Dialogue in Venezuela forum, Keys to a new political cycle, organized in Caracas by the Samuel Robinson Institute.

"These expressions of violence exactly reflect the aggressions suffered by Venezuela and specifically the Constitutional Government of President Nicolás Maduro Moros," he explained about the criminal acts that the right perpetrated in recent years.

He recalled that these same sectors came from the coup against Commander Chávez, the sabotage of the oil industry (2002/2003), the assassination attempt, the violation of human rights of Venezuelans, the guarimbas, the political assassinations selective and requests for foreign military intervention, reported the state channel.

"All that madness that they unleashed for months and years, and thanks to the strength of democratic conviction and the strength of the Bolivarian Revolution, this right had no choice but to accept and return to democratic and constitutional rules," he said in reference to the current dialogue negotiation that is taking place in Mexico under the auspices of the Government of Norway and several friendly countries.

He recalled that after the recall referendum in 2004, when President Chávez obtained an overwhelming and unprecedented victory that endorsed his mandate by more than 20 points in the August elections of that year, Venezuela experienced a long period of peace, with a flourishing economy that widely favored all sectors, especially the middle class who generally vote for the right.

During that period, the Bolivarian government of Chávez resisted all the sabotage and violence, making the "dog fight" that the US government of George W. Bush tried to fail.

After the failure of the military-media coup that overthrew him for 47 hours in April 2002, Commander Chávez called a dialogue table that in December 2003 led to the signing of an agreement with the opposition.

"And that agreement of December 2003, established that the political and social issues between Venezuelans were clearly established, they had to be resolved in a constitutional manner," warned the parliamentarian, who is currently Head Plenipotentiary of the delegation of the National Government in the dialogues with a part of the opposition of Venezuela in Mexico.

Rodríguez was forceful in stating that it was precisely Chávez who then confirmed the agreement with the phrase "EVERYTHING within the Constitution, NOTHING outside of it."

Thus, in Venezuela 25 elections of all kinds could be called and held: presidential, governorates, mayors, parliamentarians, Legislative and Municipal Councils, all determined by the Bolivarian Constitution.



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