Rodríguez: the one who wants dialogue that begins by admitting that he was wrong

President of Parliament Jorge Rodríguez / Photo Wilmer Errades

The president of the National Assembly (AN), Jorge Rodríguez, stressed this Thursday that the Venezuelan opposition cannot now appear on the national stage and call for dialogue without responding for the actions that affected the people.

During the ordinary session of this Thursday in which the draft Agreement was approved in support of the implementation of the Constitutional Anti-Blockade Law for National Development and the Guarantee of Human Rights, he assured that “the capacity of the people to resist the attacks has been incredible”, especially those in recent years, questioned whether such an attack would endure for so long in another country.

He assured that in his capacity as a parliamentarian he supports the response that the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, gave this Wednesday to the Venezuelan opposition, ensuring that he is open to dialogue.

However, he stressed, “here no one has amnesia, the attacks applied to the Venezuelan people cannot remain like this and cannot be forgotten.

“This law seeks to end the blockade, but those who want dialogue must begin by acknowledging that they were wrong and that they committed horrendous crimes against the country. It must be recognized that the military invasion of Venezuela was requested, Monomers were stolen, "he said, commenting that from that dialogue table the commitment should come that no one ever again obtain political benefits for the people," he said.

 

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