Francisco Torrealba: The opposition aims to create a virtual Parliament

The parties of the so-called G4 (Voluntad Popular, Primero Justicia, Acción Democratica and Un Nuevo Tiempo) intend to implement a virtual parliament so that their deputies who are fugitives of the Venezuelan justice can vote in the National Assembly (AN), and thus disown the alternate deputies, denounced this Tuesday the parliamentarian of the Homeland Bloc, Francisco Torrealba.
«The deputy (current president of the AN) Juan Guaidó knows that he does not have the numbers to be elected on January 5, that is why he is so nervous that he intends to carry forward, along with the G4, a madness like disowning the presence and historical existence of the alternate deputies in this parliament, so that if they try to create a virtual parliament, they will have to create it in a cloud, because here in the Federal Legislative Palace the decisions are made with the men and women deputies present in the House, not with the absent ones», said Torrealba in press statements.
He explained: «These follies of deputy Juan Guaidó have no relevance in a country where a Constitution and the Internal Debate Regulation, which is the law of the Republic, are respected».
In this sense, William Gil, deputy of the Homeland Bloc, stressed that “they (the G4 deputies) want to do it from abroad, voting for fugitives from justice, and want to violate the Constitution, and we alert the Venezuelan people: We, the deputies of the Homeland Bloc, will stand firm and we will defend the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela».
Willian Gil
«Today the opposition wants to approve by violating the constitution that deputies fugitive of justice who are outside the country can vote online from those countries, something unusual and illegal @PartidoPSUV»