The Venezuelan authorities are currently advocating to resolve political differences in the country through talks and with peace as a principle, but with justice, where those who incite civil war are punished.
Francisco Torrealba, President of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC) Workers Committee, told the press that the Venezuelan people have the right to be free and to enjoy their wealth, which is blocked by the United States with the consent of the local opposition.
On the matter, the congressman of the plenipotentiary body assured that 'the National Assembly in contempt can call to anything and nobody will pay attention to it, they are condemned to fail'.
In that sense, he described the opponents as stateless, who ask for sanctions for the population, regardless of human consequences, nor the sovereign decision to fight for social emancipation.
The Constituent Assembly stressed that the President of the Republic, Nicolas Maduro, has repeatedly urged the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump and the media of the northern nation to end the conflict of confrontation and conspiracy against Venezuelans.
He also explained that the head of state has reiterated his willingness to carry out a dialogue with Donald Trump, with respect as the only requirement.
Since 2013, the Venezuelan government has issued more than 400 invitations for talks with the local opposition aimed at achieving peace and political, social and economic stability in the South American country.