The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, reaffirmed on Tuesday that will not be allowed to feat a parliamentary coup d’ etat in Venezuela, after the Legislative Power approved on Sunday an agreement in order to alter the National democratic order.
“In Venezuela there has been no parliamentary coup d’ etat, nor will we allow any kind of parliamentary coup d’ etat. May the right wing of here and there know this”, said the National President in a joint national radio and television broadcast.
He further noted that: “If they do the rules wrong, we will act with the iron hand of the military-civic union”. The Head of State pointed out that the National Assembly “is becoming into a corner of wickedness and bitterness” and that it aims to “hurt Venezuela”.