Deputy of right calls “prostituyente” figure constitutional

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From 2013 the opposition has demanded to convene a constituent Assembly under the argument to reconcile the country, but now reject it. | Photo: EFE

The former President of the National Assembly of Venezuela, Henry Ramos Allup, ignored this Monday the figure of the constituent Assembly under the Constitution of that country, which he called in a derogatory manner “prostituyente”.

It follows continued state coup. What called Maduro is not a constituent but a prostituyente. Why not make overdue elections?

-Henry Ramos Allup (@hramosallup) 1 may 2017 from 2013 the Venezuelan opposition has demanded to convene a national constituent Assembly under the argument to reconcile the country. Those same politicians now reject it, when the representative Nicolas Maduro choose it as the way to achieve the peace of the country faced with the refusal of dialogue on the right. 
The lawyer Constitutionalist Hermann Escarrá, explained in contact with teleSUR, the National Constituent Assembly announced by President Maduro is not a question of a new Constitution, but as it says standard (articles 347-350) seeks to change the State and change the legal system.
Escarra said the constituent Assembly, as of 1999, in no way will dissolve the powers that coexist with them.