Maduro will take the oath before the Supreme court, not the Parliament of Venezuela
MEXICO city, Jan 6 — RIA Novosti. Nicolas Maduro, January 10, due to come for another presidential term in Venezuela, will take the oath before the Supreme court of the country and not the opposition Parliament, said Saturday the head of the National constituent Assembly Diosdado Cabello.
“They (Parliament) lost its legitimacy after of disrespect to the Constitution and other branches of government”, — quotes the portal Nacional statement Cabello.
The Venezuelan national Assembly, which from the beginning of 2016 after the elections came under the control of the opposition, has actually been eliminated Maduro from the system the political life of the country.
Instead, he decided to rely on specially convened by the National constituent Assembly, consisting of his supporters. The Assembly began work on amendments to the Constitution.
The presidential elections in may 2018 was not recognized by many countries as the creation of a constituent Assembly. On Friday participants of the “Group of Lima” (includes 12 States) has opted for a new presidential term Maduro. They called on the Venezuelan leader to withdraw from the inauguration and hand over Executive power to the Parliament.
The Supreme court of Venezuela in their actions in the past year, almost entirely sided with Maduro in his conflict with the National Assembly, endorsing all his decisions and annul the decision of the Parliament.