After 29 months of absence returned only 38 of the 55 deputies chavistas to the plenary session of the Parliament presided over by John Guaidó, also president in charge of Venezuela since 23 of January last, to which the chavistas looking to downgrade.
it Was a tense and unusual return of the caucus chavez, ordered by the regime of Nicolas Maduro a week ago in the framework of the agreements it signed with a small group of parliamentary opposition, led by Timoteo Zambrano of the match Change, which has only 5 seats.
The unicameral National Assembly with 167 seats had this Tuesday with the presence of 95 mps of the majority Unity of the opposition, 38 deputies of the fraction of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (Psuv) and added to the 5 Change was given a total of 138 deputies.
The deputy chavez Tania Diaz set out to investigate to Guaidó for his alleged links with the criminal gang colombian The Rastrojos, who was photographed on the 23rd of February during the entry of humanitarian aid on the border of Táchira. His proposal has made clear its intention to disqualify the president of the parliament.
The deputy opposition Alfonso Marquina reminded their peers chavistas who had lost the jurisdiction to parliamentary to leave the National Assembly in 2017. However, John Guaidó and the second vice-president, Stalin González, welcomed when you consider that his return is a recognition of the National Assembly and its policy and a disclaimer to the Supreme Court of Justice, which had been declared in a situation of contempt.Updated Date: 24 September 2019, 22:03