“This is ‘Cachito’ strategy to win favor with the left wing”, they assert

The leader of the Colorado Honors movement in the Chamber of Deputies, Basilio “Bachi” Núñez, indicated that the intention to establish commercial relations with Venezuela, particularly for the purchase of fuel, was part of the political strategy pursued by Senator Scar “Cachito” Salomón, of the ruling party in Colorado, took heart with the left and secured votes for his re-election as president of the National Congress.

Salomón had announced a few days ago that they will have a meeting on Tuesday with a delegation of Venezuelan deputies who will seek support from the Paraguayan Legislature for another Bolivarian state invasion of the Mercosur Parliament (Parlasur).

The Colorado legislator said that the opportunity would be a great opportunity to increase Paraguay’s chances of getting fuel from Venezuela, overriding the position that Republican President Mario Abdo Benítez’s government continues to defend against the authoritarian regime. by Nicolás Maduro.

“We mustn’t forget that Senator Salomón is very close to the left, Fernando Lugo and his entourage, so it wouldn’t surprise me if he was some sort of undercover spokesman and happened to want to win over them and add votes to go for re-election in the Senate. From Honor Colorado, in the Chamber of Deputies, for us this approach is unthinkable,” the legislator said in a communication with the newspaper La Nación/Nación Media.

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Deputy Basilio “Bachi” Núñez, of the Colorado Party. Photo: File.

Colorado also stated that through this approach it was evident that the institutions in Paraguay were completely lost, in the government of Abdo Benítez, who stated that a group of senators would eventually serve as executive authority.

“Now the Senate will fulfill its Executive role and will meet with the deputy dictatorship condemned internationally by several countries, including Paraguay, for the purchase of fuel; In conclusion, the institutional framework is lost, of course, if the rest is campaigning,” he said.

Lastly, Núñez described Abdo Benítez’s government as one without direction, while highlighting the lack of leadership within the ruling bloc. “The President of the Republic, in one of his few successes, has always opposed the Venezuelan dictatorship. The government is aimlessly impressed, now its senators are doing the opposite and will talk to Venezuelan deputies”, he chastised.

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