Head of State leads National Plenary of the Bicentennial Congress of the Peoples

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, participates in the National Plenary of the Bicentennial Congress of the Peoples, which takes place this Saturday in the Ríos Reyna Hall of the Teresa Carreño Theater, located in Caracas.

Within the framework of this Congress, which began on February 4, several meetings of more than 30 social movements have been held, where the people express and debate proposals in different areas of the nation.

For his part, Héctor Rodríguez, presented some of the proposals that emerged in the work tables carried out by the different sectors. As well as, he added that part of the ideas that emerged from the bases to strengthen the Revolution, an activity framed in the 32nd anniversary of the Popular Rebellion of February 27 (1989).

We have deployed in thousands of work tables: more than 2,900 work tables, more than 2,400 plenary sessions, more than 11,000 meetings, 613 video-conferences (…) We have organized the promoting teams of more than 40 movements in all the states of Venezuela, in all municipalities ”, detailed the Coordinator of the Promoting Committee, who added that 121,165 leaders were organized.

Proposals of the work tables:

Likewise, Rodríguez explained that five great ideas were derived from the work carried out by the work groups. Which are:

1) To reactivate the Presidential Councils of Government and guarantee a space for social movements «to be protagonists of public policies, of the leadership of the Revolution, to be comptrollers and executors of policies.»

2) To request the territorialization plus the effort of the Bicentennial Congress by creating the promoter teams in the more than 4 thousand Communes throughout the national territory.

3) To open a national registry, through the Patria System, for those who wish to participate in a movement and do not know which instance to address.

4) To start a training process, adding the experience lived by various movements, to execute the plan that instructs more than 121,000 leaders to assume the power and direction of the Revolution.

5) Finally, they propose to call a great muralist contest as part of the Bicentennial of the Battle of Carabobo, «where we develop the values ​​of independence, sovereignty, anti-imperialism, Latin American unity and the construction of a society of justice, of equality» .