CARACAS -- In its first session as its first order of business, Venezuela's National Constituent Assembly (ANC) this Saturday agreed to modify its statutes of operation to extend its existence for up to two years.
The constituent Diosdado Cabello, who participated with the late President Hugo Chavez in the 1992 coup attempt, proposed the extension, which were limited to 6 months in the statutes established for the 1999 Constituent Assembly.
The ANC unanimously approved the measure and established a commission to carry out the measure.
"That statute says six months of operation, I'm not sure it's going to be six months, maybe it's a month, but I propose that it be up to two years," moved Cabello.
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