President Maduro urges extremists to reflect on political changes

I tell the extremists and the extreme right wing that try to get themselves emboldened, it is time for you to reflect and draw conclusions about who we are, about the changes and the strength of the conscience and national unity that we have,” warned this Wednesday the constitutional president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, from Miraflores Palace, where he held a conversation with the Venezuelan delegation, which signed, together with a sector of the opposition, the agreements during the dialogue process, in Barbados:

Here are the agreements and this is how it will be; Nothing or no one will ever be above the Constitution and the laws, nor were they yesterday nor are they today. For the good understanding, that is enough word,” said the head of state, when congratulating the work of the members of the delegation, headed by the president of the National Assembly (AN), Jorge Rodríguez.

When making a brief assessment of the signed agreements, he highlighted the one on electoral guarantees, which he described as excellent, since it confirms the rights contemplated as always in the Bolivarian Constitution, and within the framework of the Venezuelan Electoral Power, the most transparent in the world.

He reiterated his call to the leadership of the extremist groups: “Don’t make mistakes again, and don’t do more damage to the country. The Constitution and the laws must be respected, democratic decisions and institutions must be respected.”