This is the time that we all gather to show that we are united in showing an invincible force that will bring us victory for our sovereignty and our own lives as a nation and republic, said the lawmaker.
At the swearing-in ceremony of the command of the Venezuela Todo campaign in Caracas, the deputy said that it is the “mother of all wars” that calls for the unity of all to overcome any differences and reject the prejudices of politics.
We know how differently “we think about our opponents” and those who attack people’s daily lives, he said.
He emphasized that no one gave freedom to Venezuela, and Liberator Simón “was not given freedom mercifully,” as happened in other countries.
This is the time of national unity, to put aside differences and prejudice, he stressed, and he stressed that this is a war for our children, for their future, for a perfect life, for peace and growth in this beautiful country.
The national leader of the Venezuela Todo campaign also recognized that President Nicolás Maduro, along with Commander Hugo Chávez (1954–2013), are the presidents who best protect the homeland in the country’s history.
Rodríguez commented that they will reach people who think differently because it is not a matter of politics but of life and death, of sovereignty, determination, and the criticism of an underpaid Exxon Mobil, which has a warm attitude against Venezuela.
The Venezuelan Parliament held a youth meeting this Friday with the participation of deputies, councilors, legislators, and communal legislators in the defense of Guayana Esequiba, to unify the strategies and the work of the youth in Venezuelan politics.
In the workshops, the participants examined topics such as the defense of Essequibo, forced migration, the defense of the Venezuelan economic model as a political right, the defense of democracy, unilateral coercive measures, war mechanisms, etc.
Also this Friday, the orders of the Venezuela Todo campaign were sworn in in the states of the country, while information and education sessions were held in educational centers.