This Saturday, February 20th the President (E) of Venezuela and the national Parliament, Juan Guaidó, had a meeting with the parish leaders of the city of Caracas where they agreed to continue to articulate pressure efforts against the dictatorship, as well as the optimization of the organization.
At the meeting, the president of the interim government presented and explained the Action Plan as well as the main axes of struggle to the political leaders of the Parrishes of San Bernardino, La Candelaria, El Recreo, San José and Altagracia.
“The objective is to continue consolidating the pillars of action in each and every one of the country’s sectors that allows us maximum internal pressure to give a clear message to the international community, so that consequently we achieve greater external pressure. We are all necessary in the fight.”
Likewise, Guaidó stressed that the end of the crisis undoubtedly passes through an urgent political change by holding of free, fair and verifiable presidential and parliamentary elections.
Last Saturday, February 13th, the President in charge of the country toured and held meetings with the residents of the Los Picapiedras sector, in Miranda State, to whom, among other things, he asked not to forget that the dictatorship is responsible for the crisis and the unprecedented complex humanitarian emergency in Venezuela.
During the meetings, he made clear vtom all that the sanctions are against regime officials, that is, they are against individuals, and that they are the tool the free world has to exert pressure against dictators.
Guaidó also met with women, political and social leaders from various states on February 6th, as part of the series of meetings that he will hold with different sectors of the country. They dealt with\, migration, femicide, Human Rights, among other humanitarian issues.