The judicialized Democratic Action faction (AD) celebrated this September 13 the 82nd anniversary of the founding of the party. The fight recorded at the party headquarters, in El Paraíso, was carried out by followers of Luis Eduardo Martínez, leader of the awning and deputy of the National Assembly (AN) of 2020 and supporters of the secretary of this faction Bernabé Gutiérrez
The National Union of Press Workers (SNTP) reported that several journalists were attacked during a fight between militants of the Democratic Action (AD) faction intervened by the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ).
«This September 13, several journalists who were covering an event called by the Democratic Action led by Bernabé Gutiérrez were attacked in the middle of a fight between militants,” the SNTP wrote through its account on the social network X, formerly Twitter.
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According to the union, the reporters were pushed and hit when they were caught in the middle of the discussion. Among the attacked communicators are Mishelle Agreda, from Globovisión; Manuel Da Silva, from Televen and José Manuel Mireles, reporter for El Martillo Venezuela and Andrés Díaz, from Venevisión.
The reporters were pushed and hit when they were caught in the middle of the discussion.
— SNTP (@sntpvenezuela) September 13, 2023
AD’s bite of cake
The judicialized AD also celebrated this September 13 the 82nd anniversary of the founding of the party. The fight recorded at the party headquarters, in El Paraíso, was carried out by followers of Luis Eduardo Martínez, leader of the awning and deputy of the National Assembly (AN) of 2020 and supporters of the secretary of this faction Bernabé Gutiérrez.
In recent weeks, letters of complaint have been disclosed to Gutiérrez regarding internal elections and the choice of the party’s candidate for the 2024 presidential election. The secretary of the intervened AD has expressed his willingness to be the presidential candidate.
Despite the above, Bernabé Gutiérrez asked during the event for “unity” to leave Maduro’s government. “Today politics demands unity, and to return to the principles of democratic struggle of the founding leaders of Democratic Action, who dedicated their lives and political actions to the freedom and future of all Venezuelans.”
According to Gutiérrez, the wing of the party he represents has been maintained for 82 years because its leaders and leaders are “detached from all vanity and protagonism.” He also recognized that the AD governments worked tirelessly to strengthen democratic unity and turn Venezuela into a Latin American power.
The former governor of the state of Táchira, Laidy Gómez, also participated in the event.
Earlier, Martínez and Laidy Gómez stated that they are betting on the reunification of AD with an eye toward 2024. The deputy reaffirmed his desire to hold internal elections to choose the party’s standard bearer, as established in article 182 of the internal statutes.
“Today we have sealed a commitment that is nothing more than working for Venezuela.” He said that he hopes that during the next few days the mechanism for choosing the Democratic Action candidate for the presidential elections will be defined.
For her part, the former governor of Tachira, Laidy Gómez. He stated that, “Venezuela demands that we meet again to recover the country.” In this sense, she asked her party colleagues to place themselves at the disposal of the people and carry out political work, “the Adecos want to meet again and we are working to achieve it”, a message that was sent to all citizens and extended to the Government.
According to Gómez, the intervened AD has the leader to unite Venezuela again, which is why he recognized that his partner Luis Eduardo Martínez, who is a pre-candidate for the Presidency, has been working for the country and traveling state by state carrying a message of unity and hope.
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