Venezuela Highlights Legacy of Fidel and Chavez in Sao Paulo Forum

By Wiliam Urquijo Pascual

Caracas, Jul 14 (PL) Venezuela will highlight the historical and political legacy of revolutionary leaders Fiderl Castro (1926-2016) and Hugo Chávez (1954-2013) at the annual meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum, assured today socialist leader Adan Chavez.

In an exclusive interview for Prensa Latina, the vicepresident of International Affairs of the Venezuelan Socialist Party (PSUV) asserted that the concertation mechanism, to meet here from July 15 thru 17, will be a great tribute to the ideas and action of the top exponent of the Cuban revolution.

Revolutionaries of Latin America and the world will always recognize the historic stature and trascendency of Fidel Castro and its impact on emancipating movements foro ver 50 years, saiod Chavez, who travels leading the Venezuelan delegation to the great event of the regional leftwing forces.

He underlined that the Forum of Sao Paulo ‘is a product of tjhe brilliant and strategic mind of Fidel’, who in direct contact with former Brazilian president and founder of the Workers’ Pary of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, ‘gave life to that space of theoretical debate for action, in face of the thrust of the world to the right after the collapse of the Soviet Union’.

In that sense, the PSUV vicepresident said that concertation mechanism continues as a field of discussion to summon for unity, sharing experiences and promoting unity, experiences and promoting struggle to construct socialism,, freedom, sovereignty and integration of the peoples.

He also asserted that the Venezuelan delegation will ratify in Havana the call to continental unity, according to the legacy of the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, Hugo Chavez, who included among the historical objectives of the so-called Plan of the Homeland to consolidate a world ‘multicentered and pluripolar’, referring to the efforts of the United States government and its allies.

In Latin America, there is a focus to face those imperialist aggressions, formed by Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia and Nicaragua, saying the latter faces ‘a terrible attack’ promoted by oligarchic and extreme-right sectors like those against Venezuela in April to July, 2017.

The head of the Venezuelan delegation to the event of the Latin American and Caribbean left said that the 24th edition of the Sao Paulo Forum will debate strategies and actions aimed to counter the attacks of the region’s rightwing forces.

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