President Maduro: Carlos Escarrá was a powerful weapon of the Revolution

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The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, remembered lawyer Carlos Escarrá this Wednesday, five years after his physical disappearance, through a message in his account in the Facebook social network:

“We commemorate this Wednesday the 5th anniversary of the departure of Dr. Carlos Escarrá Malavé, former Attorney General, deputy and excellent constitutional lawyer.

Dr. Escarrá, with deep revolutionary convictions, gave great contributions in legal matters, from the different trenches in which he performed, always applying a socialist and Bolivarian vision.

The forcefulness of his words, under a full knowledge of the laws and the constitution, was a powerful weapon against so many destabilizing plans of the right wing, and allowed to generate solid laws in favor of the people.

As with every comrade who departs after giving the best of himself for the country, we raise our fist, as a salute to his memory, and convinced that his example will always be with us.

Lawyer Carlos Escarrá Malavé, died on January 25, 2012, at age 54, while serving as Attorney General of the Republic.

Escarrá accompanied the Commander Hugo Chavez, in the Bolivarian Revolutionary Movement 200, and later served as one of the drafters of the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela since the Constituent Assembly in 1999.

He belonged to the ranks of the Communist Party of Venezuela for 25 years, served as deputy for the Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and was also a magistrate of the Supreme Court Justice (TSJ).