Venezuela: Venezuelan Supreme Court President promises to “try and punish” former deputies

Venezuela defeats “fraudulent Colombian conspiracy”, says 23-year-old Maduro Madrid (Europe Press)

Venezuela’s Supreme Court (TSJ) President Michael Moreno this Friday assured that deputies in the former legislature of the National Assembly will judge and approve all their actions “without compromise.”

Moreno, along with President Nicolas Maduro, attended the inaugural ceremony of the 2021 Judiciary at the TSJ headquarters in the Venezuelan capital.

There he assured, “Those who have formed alliances with foreign countries to steal the financial resources of all Venezuelans, obstruct the activities of Petrolios de Venezuela (PDVSA) and subdue the CITGO will be found impartially in every judge of judicial power. But constantly. To divide and allow all their actions. “

In this regard, he supported the actions of the Attorney General’s Office against former members of the National Assembly.

“We will respond to all the requests and cries of the people who demand more powerful and exemplary action for the country’s traitors than ever before,” Moreno continued.

While intervening in the law, Maduro assured that “the Venezuelan government has had great success against Trumpist and Colombian conspiracies to destroy their institutions.”

Maduro praised the justice system enjoyed by Venezuela, and was able to maintain his gratitude for the fight against the illusion that a parallel nation would be established “through the appointment of Irish authorities.”

After a comfortable victory in the December 6 assembly elections and five years of opposition control, the new national assembly, Chavismo, began in early January. He won 253 of the 277 seats won by Guidan, who was not elected by the opposition.

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Meanwhile, in an alternative position to the Assembly seat, deputies from the National Assembly, elected in 2015, demanded its continuation, confirming that there was not enough guarantee in the December election and that there was no institutional vacuum.

Therefore, the new National Assembly has set up a special commission to look into the “political, economic and social affairs” of the previous legislature to hold those responsible “unnecessarily responsible for the motherland” and to “expose the crimes”. May have done.

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