22 sept. 2012

National Assembly will open investigation to opposition Deputy Caldera

18 Septiembre 2012

For this Tuesday the board of the National Assembly (AN) shall investigate the opposition's deputy Juan Carlos Caldera, due to the corruption acts in which he is involved, said on Monday the spokesman of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Aristóbulo Isturiz.

During the customary press conference that is transmitted from the seat of the red party in Maripérez, Caracas, said that this meeting will take place due to allegations made by ​​various revolutionary parliament.

In another sense, said that more than 2 million young people in the country are built in the red rows, so he recalled that the Party's Youth is meeting four years on Monday.

He stressed that today 7.785.771 students of different educational systems incorporated to the start of classes. Then he said it must be "universalized the education, an action on that Venezuela advances already".

"We have seen how the Revolution has had major achievements in education through the eradication of illiteracy in Venezuela and we are the fifth largest country in the world with higher education enrollment," he said.

He said the revolutionary machinery has 80% percent of Venezuelans accounted by the 1 for 10.