(CNN Español) – The Venezuelan National Assembly, chaired by Juan Guaidó, approved and sanctioned this Saturday’s constitutional reform of the Transition that “normalizes the functioning of Parliament during constitutional continuity”.
With this step, women currently integrate the Poder Legislative, the opposition mayor, pretending to have a legal base to continue session more than the 5th of January, provided for in the Constitution for the installation of the new parliament.
Concerning his social speeches, the opposition party Primero Justicia explained that “the reform of the statute for the transition and the restructuring of the internal governing body has a single focus, giving all the deprived to the important, the democratic cambio for all Venezuelans.
It is stated that the fundamental objective is to “promote internally and internationally the free and fair and verifiable presidential and parliamentary elections”, as the National Assembly held at the delegation of the commission until 5 January 2022.
The reform was not approved by a unanimous form. The Democratic Action ratified its response to Guaidó, but its vote was taken to consider that continuity should function with the plenum of parliament and not with the delegation, as decided, it is decided only with the presidents of the committees that integrate the parliament.
The actual Assembly is confirmed by 167 deputies that will be elected in December 2015, for the period conformed between the 5th of January 2016 and the 5th of January of 2021.
On December 6 of this year, legislative elections will be held under the auspices of the Internal Revenue and the International Community, in which the opposition majority will not vote. The chavismo is charged with 81% of the 277 curules, in a process in which, according to the Electoral National Council, abstention is involved in this case the 70% of the voters registered in the patron.
Among the criticisms of the recent legislative election, however, is the fact that the numbering of the Electoral Power is realized by the Judicial Power, and not by the National Assembly, as established in the Magnetic Card.
It is also clear that the directives of the opposition parties have intervened and are numbered by the Supreme Court of Justice, and that there is no independent international observation.
It is because of this that Guadí and parties such as the First Justice, Democratic Action, Popular Voluntary and A New Time consider that an illegal and illegitimate comitology process is in place.
At present, the governor of the questioned President Nicolás Maduro has not reacted to the approval of this reform of the Law of the State for the Transition. CNN is communicating with the Ministry of Communications and Information to solicit a comment, but has already received a reply. The Poder Judicial Declaration has been debated at the National Assembly and, from this point on, it considers that all its decisions and acts are null and void.