Opposition extremism went from denial to institutional recognition (+disqualifications)

“Lobbyists” in the US tried to push to reverse their disqualification

Published at: 27/01/2024 09:00 AM

The Supreme Court of Justice of Venezuela (TSJ) ruled this Friday on the request for the review of disqualifications made by various leaders of Venezuelan opposition extremism.

This sector, which refused to recognize the legitimacy of the institutionality of the legally constituted Venezuelan State, as part of the Barbados Agreements, agreed to the abandonment of the subversive and coup agenda for which, together with the Government, they developed a legal and constitutional mechanism that would allow the review of their cases through the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ).

Their assistance and request before the highest court determines their recognition of the institutionality and, therefore, the compliance with the rulings that derive from this power of the Venezuelan State.

Among those denied until the last minute was the leader María Corina Machado, who one day before the deadline for filing the request for review had refused to go to the Supreme Court on the premise of ignorance of the actions and decisions issued by a State that she described as “illegitimate”, a position that surprisingly changed on the last day when she went to introduce her protection against the disqualification that has been weighing on her since May 2014.

From that moment on, her “lobbyists” in the United States tried to push to reverse her disqualification, but this confused many of her followers, who showed that the opposition's statements vary according to the situation merits, showing herself to be tough, intransigent and fascist before her colleagues on the extreme right, but kind and sweet in street activities.

Although this duality is not well regarded by the majority, Diosdado Cabello, first vice-president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela, commented on his show Con El Mazo Dando that these outbursts of violence have “a lot to do with anger, with impotence, with incoherence, but above all it's because she knows it's not going.”

Mazo News Team