Diaz will not follow a decision he does not know as President of the FCU-UC

Marlon Díaz, elected by the President of the Federation of University Centers at Carabobo University, confirmed that he would not follow the ruling of the Supreme Court's Electoral Chamber, who did not know him as an authority, and ordered him to "take all necessary action" to take Jessica Bello.

The student, identified by the ruling party, introduced amparo for "alleged violation of the right to active and passive voting rights and the right to participate enshrined in articles 62, 63 and 70 constitutionally". The TSJ has also left "the non-existent and no legal effect" of the actions taken by Luis Eduardo León accused of assassinating the Electoral Electoral Commission UC to declare Días, who has won over 5,000 votes.

"This decision is another attempt by the government to pass the will of the students, it has no legal support and we will not allow this will to be ignored," Díaz said.

He recalled that after the elections on November 14, which students chose despite the violence caused by groups allegedly linked to the ruling party, it was announced by the Student Electoral Commission "rightfully elected in 2017".

"We have records that represent the will of the student and have a sentence that will not be worth more than university autonomy. The court will not come to decide what the future of the student will be," he said before breaking a document issued by TSJ on Tuesday night. Carabobeño, Assured that this measure is an attack on the student unit and institution. "The government wanted to attack the UC, declared itself to be the enemy of the university, and the students are resting and careful because they will not limit the right of the student to vote for his representatives through a sentence."

The Rector UC, Jessy Divo de Romero, said it Carabobeño lawyers from the institution's legal advice traveled to Caracas to know the conditions of ampara. "The University has its own mechanisms to solve its problems, through its university council and its government and co-decision that decisions are made," he said.

He said the University Council would not allow "the intervention of external actors in decision-making and usurpation of his powers and legal powers."

Refusal Amalio Belmonte, secretary of the Central University of Venezuela, has condemned that Secretary of Higher Education Hugbel Roa granted her the right to speak to Jessica Bellla at the National Council of Universities, which took place yesterday at Unefa. "We refuse to have the right to speak to legitimize an act that violates the democratic character of the UC and the popular will of the student community."

Belmonte believes that this action violates university autonomy and the Constitution, and it is the legitimation of a young woman who "was defeated by 80% of the votes to do her as a president without a sufficient number of votes."

"We do not know Bella as President of the FCU-UC, because the students' statements were different, and because the elections were mediated by government violence and the intervention of Governor Rafael Lacas," he said.

Prosecutor General Luisa Ortega Diaz said in her Twitter that the sentence "confirms that tyranny keeps the hostages institutions to punish their evil deeds and continue to pass over Venezuelans." He called "not to comply with this criminal decision, which violates their rights."

Vulner University Autonomy

Aula Abierta, Epicheia, Center for Peace and Human Rights of the Central University of Venezuela, Human Rights Commission at the University of Zulia's Law and Political Faculty, and the University of Zulia Andes University of the University of Andes rejected the decision of the Supreme Court, which orders Carabobo University to " "pro-government candidates Jessica Bello.

"The Electoral Commission's decision testifies to a state policy aimed at disrupting university autonomy and academic freedom, since between 2010 and 2018 there have been documented 50 judicial decisions in which these rights are violated," they said in a statement. ,

They asked the state to respect university autonomy and election results recognized by the University of Carabobu's University Council.

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