EL UNIVERSAL – Tomás Guanipa, Secretary General of opposition party Primero Justicia (Justice First) and re-elected deputy at the National Assembly, asserted that the qualified majority won by opposition coalition Unified Democratic Panel (MUD) would promote a social agenda.
He also urged the government to “listen humbly” what voters conveyed at the ballots on December 6 in the parliament vote.
Guanipa explained that the new National Assembly to be installed in January will revise international oil agreements the government has signed through oil alliance Petrocaribe.
“We cannot continue selling oil due in 20 years when we need resources immediately. We will promote that our oil is for Venezuelans,” Deputy Guanipa remarked.