Maduro wants to make a public trial of the current Members of Parliament


The Venezuelan representative proposed a parliamentary committee investigating "all the corruptness and the stealing of Juan Guaidó", after the new Parliament was installed.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro proposed this Friday to try the current Members, mostly of an opposition court, in the next Parliament who will be elected in the legislative elections of 6 December, which will not be attended by the majority of anti-Eachians as fraud.

"The new National Assembly (AN, Parliament) must immediately set up a parliamentary super commission to investigate all the corruption, all the dolos, the entire robbery of Juan Guaidó," the representative said during a televised meeting of the Gran Polo Patriotic Chavistas coalition.

"Make a public trial with evidence in hand against Juan Guaidó and against the thieves of this National Assembly," he added.

Guaidó, who leads the opposition and one of the two directives that claim to control Parliament, is recognized as Interim President of Venezuela through a hundred governments, with the United States leading the way.

From this position, the opponent pointed to Parliament's efforts to overturn control of the Government of Nicolás Maduro in state-owned enterprises outside the country, such as Citgo, a subsidiary of the state oil company PDVSA in the United States, and Monomers, one of the largest suppliers of agrochemicals in Colombia.

But, despite this international recognition, the venezuelan Parliament's decisions have not been respected by the other public authorities in Venezuela since late 2016, when the body was declared contemptd for the Supreme.

"Let's raise that for the people on the neighborhood tours," the representative continued on the proposal. "Do you agree to have a public trial in the new National Assembly of the Deputies who robbed the country, who betrayed the country, who took citgo's money from Monomers?" he added.

Maduro also said that this initiative, which he collected from a Chavista candidate, is "a debt" to be paid by the next Members of Parliament, a body that, he estimated, will be controlled after elections by the deputies of Venezuela's ruling United Socialist Party (PSUV).

Part of the international community, like the Venezuelan opposition, has advanced that it will not recognize the results of the December 6 elections, considering the event a farce.

In response to the elections, the opposition announced that it will hold a "popular consultation," in which it will ask citizens if they reject the parliamentarians and approve of anti-Anti-Eachism efforts to evict Maduro from power.

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