Maduro qualifies as treason to the homeland reintegration into the TIAR approved by AN in contempt

The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, described as unconstitutional and illegal the void decision by the National Assembly in contempt, of approving Venezuela’s return to the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (TIAR).
From Fort Tiuna in Caracas, he warned that this claim represents “a first step to call for the invasion of the Latin American armies into Venezuela”.
For the head of state, it means “a degrading, decadent and unfortunate act that a Venezuelan thinks of an invasion of foreign armies to his own land”, and thus he stressed that it is a betrayal of the homeland.
“Any intention to apply the TIAR within Venezuela must be considered, according to the Constitution, as an act hostile to national sovereignty and an aggression against the territory, the people, peace and international law”, he said.
The National President said that more than 80% of the Venezuelan population reject the call for a military intervention on our country, and highlighted the ruling of the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ), which on Friday declared as null and void of legal validity the decision of the Parliament in contempt:
“Yesterday we witnessed a judicial decision of full obedience and compliance by the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice that recalled that the National Assembly does not have the authority to make decisions on the incorporation of the country into any international treaty”, said President Maduro.
The head of state stressed that the Bolivarian Government is assisted by justice, reason and force “to defend the Republic and perpetual peace”, and thus guarantee the nation’s political, social and military stability.
“We have justice, reason and strength; that’s why we have a Homeland”, he emphasized.