The deputy for Voluntad Popular, Romel Guzamana, denounced that the usurpers of the regime in the state governments do not work nor give solutions to the Venezuelans. During the debate during the ordinary session this Tuesday on the operating crisis and the dismantling of the country’s governorships held in the Venezuelan National Assembly, Guzamana agreed with his colleagues that the regime has put an end to the Venezuelan federal system.
“The functioning of the Governorships is fatal. Furthermore, their workers are in conditions of famine and misery. All the facilities have been dismantled, the services do not work. We don’t see any governor working or facing the people”.
The parliamentarian urged public officials to express their discontent by participating in and expressing their will through the Popular Consultation proposed by the democratic parties and the legitimate government of Juan Guaidó. He insisted on the need to unify all the sectors that make life in Venezuela to achieve the demise of the dictatorship.
“From this Parliament, we call to go out to the streets to recover the governorships. Brothers public servants, let us fight for a proper salary and our rightful bonuses. Let us go out this December 6th to reject the fraud and from December 5th to 12th let us accompany all of Venezuela to raise our voices in the popular consultation. It is necessary that all the workers unite to continue protesting and demanding our rights.