This Tuesday the Deputy and member of the Delegate Commission of the National Assembly, Williams Dávila Barrios, recognized that the interim government and the legitimate Legislative Power of Venezuela must insist on a clear international agenda, for all the representatives and ambassadors of the Presidency in Charge, so that the democratic world presses for truly free, fair and verifiable presidential elections to be held in this Caribbean country, once and for all and as soon as possible.
“The international struggle at this time is shaping up to be more interesting for the project of achieving free Presidential elections in Venezuela as soon as possible (…) Venezuela, which is an important country for its natural wealth and human potential, cannot continue to be a playground for paramilitary groups such as those which clashed in Barrancas del Orinoco, or members of drug trafficking cartels like those that swarm all our borders. That’s why the world must keep its eyes on our country in order to stop the tragedy that we are experiencing today,” stressed the parliamentarian.
In the same order of ideas the political leader indicated that it is a national duty to take advantage of the widespread discontent that exists today against Nicolás Maduro’s regime, as -according to what he said- was evidenced in the repeated elections in Barinas State, to keep alive international activism that draws a specific objective so that representatives abroad work in unison, pressing so that public opinion is focused throughout the world and forces the holding of free elections.
Noting that “Maduro is very discredited and the opposition, despite all the ups and downs, continues to maintain its credibility with the international community,” Mr. Dávila Barrios emphasized that it is time to see things with optimism and reinforce the agenda of clear international activism with a speech that adapts to the causes of each country: “It is not a right or left issue, it is a democratic struggle. That we all must give to stop totalitarianism in the region and in the world.”