Venezuela: Opposition leader says...
Posted: Friday, December 13, 2002
Venezuela: Opposition leader says
"we should not continue to insist on reaching
solutions written in the Constitution of the
Republic or in any other law"
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"We are clear that to exit the grave crisis that Venezuela is experiencing, it is an indispensable condition to provoke the resignation of Hugo Chavez, but in the same way we must affirm that is is also necessary in the best possible way to substitute the representatives of the remaining public powers since, while it is well certain that with Chavez' exit the immediate problem will be resolved, it is no less certain that the survival of the putrefied grip on the Moral Power (Official Ombudsman, Solicitor General and Comptroller of the Republic), in the Legislative Power and Judiciary."
"Evidently there must be a way to substitute the de-legitimized participants in the public powers. In this respect, the immediate route is not written in any legal text, what I want to say is that we should not continue to insist on reaching solutions written in the Constitution of the Republic or in any other law."