The President in Charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, said this Tuesday, during the session of the Delegate Commission of the National Assembly, that the worsening of the Complex Humanitarian Emergency in Venezuela is accelerating exponentially and he added that although we receive humanitarian aid, the great solution is put an end to the dictatorship, achieving the cessation of usurpation.
“We are in constant contact with the nations of the world, the UN, the Red Cross and organizations that want to provide help, but it is not enough. That is why today we raise our voice to the countries that support us, such as Ecuador, Chile, Peru, Argentina, not only to thank them, but also to ask them to exert much more pressure. The great solution is to put an end to the dictatorship in Venezuela and at this moment we require the support of the world. As today we have the support, we must then exercise it with great force in every area”, said President (e) Juan Guaidó.
In this sense, Guaidó said that the Venezuelan people and the world must understand that the origin of the crisis is the result of cowardice of those who have never cared for Venezuelans and today usurp functions. “None of the regime will give face to any user, victim, official, ordinary citizen who demands what by universal right corresponds to him, to live in a country where the basic services work and where his salary is enough not only to subsist but to progress”, emphasized the president.
Likewise, the president of the National Assembly said that Nicolas Maduro’s regime of will not be able to silence them or remove them from the objective of liberating Venezuela. “We will fulfill our role, not only from Parliament but also from the presidency in charge. We have solutions and we will exercise them, we will insist with the attention of the Complex Humanitarian Emergency”, Guaidó said.
Finally, Guaidó invited this weekend, the Venezuelan people to go out to the streets in all of Venezuela. “We are not going to get tired and they are not going to stop us because it is a just cause”, he concluded.