Venezuela Article 233 No Excuse For Juan Guaidó Coup

Venezuela Article 233 No Excuse For Juan Guaidó Coup

Venezuela Article 233 No Excuse For Coup

There is a lot of confusion being foisted on Americans about the legitimacy of the self proclaimed “president” Juan Juan Guaidó. Perhaps it is because the article is not just hard to find, but being obscured by the mass media whose main thrust is to overturn the vote of the peoples of Venezuela in favor of the US governments desire to grab the assets and turn them over to private corporations to exploit as US interests.

Read Article 233 of the Venezuela Constitution

Article 233: The President of the Republic shall become permanently unavailable to serve by reason of any of the following events: death; resignation; removal from office by decision of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice; permanent physical or mental disability certified by a medical board designated by the Supreme Tribunal of Justice with the approval of the National Assembly; abandonment of his position, duly declared by the National Assembly; and recall by popular vote.

When an elected President becomes permanently unavailable to serve prior to his inauguration, a new election by universal suffrage and direct ballot shall be held within 30 consecutive days. Pending election and inauguration of the new President, the President of the National Assembly shall take charge of the Presidency of the Republic.

When the President of the Republic becomes permanently unavailable to serve during the first four years of this constitutional term of office, a new election by universal suffrage and direct ballot shall be held within 30 consecutive days. Pending election and inauguration of the new President, the Executive Vice-President shall take charge of the Presidency of the Republic.

In the cases describes above, the new President shall complete the current constitutional term of office. If the President becomes permanently unavailable to serve during the last two years of his constitutional term of office, the Executive Vice-President shall take over the Presidency of the Republic until such term is completed.

Juan Guaidó is actually a traitor

The only case in which “the President of the National Assembly shall take charge of the Presidency of the Republic” is when “an elected President becomes permanently unavailable to serve prior to his inauguration”. The President may be deemed “permanently unavailable” only if and when he or she dies, resigns, is removed from office by a decision of the Supreme Court (with the approval of the National Assembly), abandons his or her position (as declared by the National Assembly) or is recalled by popular vote. None of these things have happened.

Juan Guaidó is therefore a fraud, a usurper, a pawn of the US governments’ desire to grab the assets of Venezuela.

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