Maduro announced the convening of the security Council of Venezuela against the background of worsening crisis in the country
The President of the Bolivarian Republic stated that these negotiations will help to find a solution to strengthen the Venezuelan Constitution and achieve the country’s peace and tranquility.
MEXICO city, April 1. /Offset. TASS Ivan valueK/. The security Council Venezuela will meet in the near future for a meeting to work out measures to settle the differences between the General Prosecutor’s office and the Supreme court (SC). This was announced on Friday, the President of the Bolivarian Republic Nicolas Maduro. Earlier in the day attorney General Luis Ortega Diaz said that the decision of the Supreme court to assume the powers of the Parliament violates the constitutional order.
“As head of state I take on the task to find through dialogue and in accordance with the Constitution the way out of the impasse that arose between the General Prosecutor’s office and the Supreme court, and convene a national security Council that evening to discuss and get a solution that would strengthen the Venezuelan Constitution and brought the country peace and tranquility” — quoted Maduro electronic version of the newspaper El Nacional.
Earlier this week the sun has given Maduro a chance to actually act to bypass Parliament and announced that he was taking on the powers of the Supreme legislative body until then, will continue until “the situation of disrespect” in relation to the judiciary.
It lies in the fact that the national Assembly (Parliament) has not fulfilled the requirement of the armed forces the invalidation of the election of deputies from the state of Amazonas in December 2015. Then, the court had made a decision because of irregularities in the voting process.
Solutions sun caused sharp criticism by the Venezuelan opposition, which controls Parliament, and representatives of the international community. A number of countries in the region adopted a decision to recall their ambassadors from Caracas.