“The solution to the humanitarian catastrophe that Venezuela is going through is recovering democracy, and recovering the confidence of Venezuelans and the international community in the country,” according to the President in charge, Juan Guaidó.
This Tuesday during the “Debate on the failure of the regime to regulate the supply of fuel and the collapse of all public services”, held in the ordinary online session of the Delegate Commission of the legitimate National Assembly, the president of the interim government pointed out:
“Today all areas of national public life are demolished, worn out, as a result of the impact of the dictatorship. The absence of services has to do mainly with the corruption of the dictatorship. The solution is to regain democracy, regain the confidence of Venezuelans in Venezuela and also the international community so it can invest again in our country, reclaim the refineries, the oil industry, the rule of law, legal security, personal security.”
He reiterated the need for a National Salvation Agreement that is accompanied by the international community, and asked Venezuelans once again to not surrender in the fight, but to continue insisting on achieving a comprehensive solution to the conflict.
He also said that “any promise on the part of a regime that is the cause of the problem is empty.”
Finally, he commented that the young Venezuelan boxer, Eldric Sella, who participated in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games with the refugee team, “is a reflection of the millions of Venezuelans who fled the country persecuted by a dictatorship, due to the lack of opportunities that were kidnapped by the regime.”
Faced with Trinidad and Tobago’s refusal to allow the athlete to return to that country, President Guaidó said that “Eldric’s host country should be Venezuela, but in a democracy, in freedom.”