Cuban parliamentary delegation attends inauguration of the National Assembly of Venezuela

Cuban parliamentary delegation attends inauguration of the National Assembly of Venezuela
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5 January 2021
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Havana, January 5 (RHC) The vice president of the National Assembly of People's Power (ANPP), Ana María Mari Machado, heads the Cuban Parliament's delegation to the new National Assembly's installation in Venezuela.

The Venezuelan Parliament is the result of the December 6 elections, in which the Great Patriotic Pole won a resounding victory.

Integrated by 277 legislators, the new Assembly reaffirms the democratic institutionally of the Bolivarian nation. It resumes a path of transformations in favor of the people, after a period in which the right-wing approved laws and projects that ignored the will of the majority.

Prensa Latina reported that the parliamentarians elected at the national and regional level were joined by three others representing the original peoples, elected for the first time in history through the indigenous communities' traditions and customs.

President Nicolas Maduro expressed that the act of proclamation of the deputies to the new National Assembly is the starting point of the recovery of the Venezuelan Parliament. "We have a powerful legislative tool to open paths of dialogue, consensus, and solutions," he highlighted.

On January 5, the new deputies will take office, and the board of directors will be elected in an official ceremony at the seat of the Legislative in Caracas.

The Cuban delegation also includes Yolanda Ferrer Gómez, President of the International Relations Committee of the ANPP and Yoerky Sánchez Cuellar, President of the Parliamentary Group of Cuba-Venezuela Friendship.

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